Main navigation:

June 20, 2010

New book “Seeing More Colors” to benefit HCP

Himalayan Cataract Project Friend Dr. Michael Lewis has done it again, authoring another book with proceeds to benefit the HCP. "Seeing More Colors," which was published in March, already has readers describing it as “a life changer,” “an inspiration” and “a book that resonates more deeply with each reading.” It takes a fresh look at the teachings of Abraham Maslow, considered by many to be the father of modern psychology and contains photographs from seven continents.

Dr. Lewis is an orthopedic surgeon at the Illinois Bone and Joint Institute and started taking photographs more than thirty years ago when he was stationed in the United Kingdom as an orthopedic surgeon in the United States Air Force. After traveling the world and creating images of his experiences, Dr. Lewis wanted to help those without sight view their own surroundings and generously sends all profits from his three books to the Himalayan Cataract Project.

For further information and to purchase a copy of the book, please visit Dr. Lewis’ website.

Tags: HCP News