Jan 30, 2017
Body-positive photography coach Vivienne McMaster shares the joy
she took in food as a child, how she got pulled into diet culture
in adolescence, how food shame manifested at her family
dinner table, how she used self-portraiture to heal her
relationship with her body, why certain types of photos can be more
harmful than helpful in recovery, and lots more!
Vivienne McMaster is a photographer, workshop leader and positive body image advocate from Vancouver, Canada. She who helps folks around the world see themselves with compassion through their own camera lens. Her photographs have been seen in such places as Oprah.com and The Huffington Post. The camera and self-portraiture helped her heal her own negative body image and she's now on a mission share these tools and help folks choose compassion over critique, one photo at a time. You can more about her at beyourownbeloved.com.
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