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2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpg I propose the following methods which use something weightless (and underutilized!) which you carry around all the time: your imagination. These mental tricks have been working for me for some time, and perhaps they will work for you, too.
2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgAll images are not created equal and to image creatively and with passion can be a thing of beauty. Veasey uses ionizing radiation and his expertise to create art. In healthcare, the radiology technologist and radiologist use ionizing radiation and their expertise and training to safely create the image that is the patients' personal 'work of art", i.e. the patient radiographic image.
2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgI believe our minds have an enormous capacity to connect the invisible dots to guide us to strive for the impossible. This ability to connect the dots comes from mindfully visualizing our path.
2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgMy mother Elaine and a few other people took an x-ray of my life. They looked beyond the obvious, that I was poorly educated, hardly loved and had lived a hard knock life. For some reason they saw potential where I only saw failure.
2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgVeasey has taken a very high-tech field, in which he is an expert, radiography, and turned it into an artform in its own right. What makes it so compelling is that through the use of what was designed as a 'functional technology', he alters the way that we see the world.
nick veasey busForget broken bones in doctor's offices and suitcases at the airport. Artist Nick Veasey turns his x-ray machine on the whole world, and these pictures will make you see it in an entirely new way.