In 2005, Ed Morgan was relishing his role as a new father to one year old twins and enjoying his work as a college athletic trainer when his life was changed forever. While running a road race, Ed developed a blockage in an artery supplying his brain causing a life-threatening stroke. He was in a coma for 47 days. A serious result of his brain injury is severe language and communication disability, also know as aphasia.
Ed keeps himself in bright spirits and highly motivated following several years of intensive rehabilitation. He continues to explore new ways to find meaning in his life. Ed has found photography as a way to creatively express himself through the arts, share his observations and connect with others. His photographs are the words with which he can share his emotions and communicate. His image editing ability combined with his love for music adds another dimension to his slideshow presentations. Photography is Ed’s personalized language.
This exhibit showcases Edward Morgan’s world of composition, light and color.
August 8 - August 22, 2012
The public is invited to the opening reception on
Saturday, August 11 from 11am -1pm
Edward will present his photography & slideshows set to music and meet his professional mentor, George Potanovic, Jr. on Monday, August 13 from 7:30pm - 8:30pm
For more on Ed’s photography: www.EdwardWMorgan.com