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Environmental Illness makes NY Times

NY Times Sunday Review featuring Canaries, a photo essay by Thilde JensenEnvironmental Illness (EI) has made the Sunday Review section of the NY Times! Danish photographer Thilde Jensen has been photographing people surviving with severe environmental illness in the United States since she came down with the condition herself in the early 2000’s. Many of her photographs are self portraits. After a near complete recovery from EI after taking Annie Hopper’s Dynamic Neural Retraining System™ workshop about a year ago, Thilde was able to travel cross country to visit with and photograph additional individuals living with the condition for a planned coffee table book. The NY Times has published twenty photos from this collection in the Review Section of the Sunday Times, dated September 18, 2011. Congratulations Thilde! view more photos from this series

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  • Lisa

    September 19, 2011 at 4:53 am

    I think that all the recent publicity(the international journal of neuroscience, the BBC, WNYC, and now the Times) about environmental illness has been great. I hope that it keeps up and that it’s helpful to the EI community. Thilde Jensen’s photographs are wonderful. She has a keen eye for composition. One correction: It was in a section of the NYT labeled: The Sunday Review or Sunday Review. Taking pictures of chemically sensitive people isn’t an original idea. Rhonda Zwillinger’s work precedes Thilde Jensen’s work with her book: The Dispossessed. Here’s the link:

  • Dawn

    September 19, 2011 at 11:04 am

    I wish we could get past the sensationalism part. I’d like to see a photo essay of the happy, thriving people living without modern chemicals showing that it’s possible.

  • Rebecca

    September 19, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    I’m with you 100% Dawn! What a sweet day that would be. Let’s protect our children and their children. This is a new disease and we are the first casualties of the modern, chemical age.

  • Mark

    September 20, 2011 at 7:01 pm

    Powerful photos !!! I’ve already forwarded this piece to all my family and friends. Thank You… and keep up the good work.

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