Giving back with photography and art through non-profit work. Art, in any form or medium, wields awesome powers to both compel and inspire its viewers. It educates. It sways opinion. It alters perception. It is scientifically documented that visual stimuli are able to evoke strong and passionate emotions. It has been used over centuries to sway public opinion, to intimidate, to scare, to embrace, to love, to relax, to convince. Psychologists have long used visual stimuli as a tool in therapies, testing, and analysis. In particular, art therapy has become recognized as a powerful tool for expression. Through a vast array of assorted mediums, therapeutic arts help injured and recuperating veterans, first responders, trafficking victims, and survivors an outlet to improve their sense of self-esteem and overall physical and mental health while battling substance abuse and stress, improving fine motor skills and cognitive functioning, and coping with symptoms of PTSD and TBI. These therapies serve as a catalyst for positive change and lead to transformation and healing.