Hilary Sloane | Episode 22

Hilary Sloane Photographer, Writer

Hilary heads back to Tanzania Africa next week for three months, so I was thrilled she made the time to be on the podcast. In this episode, Hilary discusses the life-change she experienced, bringing her to the desert permanently in 2009. With a 35-year career as a producer and stylist for print, film and commercials in the rear view, Hilary is now creating in a different way after using her first year in Joshua Tree to learn German and take photography classes online. Her photography is in galleries in Joshua Tree and Los Angeles and her writing has been in the local Hi-Desert Star, Luna Arcana and Palm Springs Life. Hilary's trips to Africa are with an organization called Raleigh International whose mission is to educate and empower youth. Hilary also has a long-term project call "America - In Land We Trust" focusing on Land Trusts and conservation in the American West.

Mentioned in this episode:

Hilary's Photography Website

Hilary's Blog

Hilary on Instagram



Slouching Towards Bethlehem by Joan Didion