Jump for Joy! Photo Project Newsletter 

Jump for Joy! Photo Project
Showcasing the beauty of the human spirit - in mid air - around the world

Jump for Joy! Photo Project

Showcasing the beauty of the human spirit - in mid air - around the world


"Create, grow, try, expand,dare, jump and just see where you land..." - Unknown

Hope you had a wonderful weekend!


My deer friend Wendy Williams Watt creator of the Big Love Ball caught me on the ground for a few photos;) and wrote a very touching blog post.

Please take a moment to read her kind words:

Most importantly...

It is the last week for fundraising!

It's the last stretch for fundraising and the project is 33% funded! That leaves about $10,000 more to raise in one week!

Please help me prove that anything is possible :)

Even a $10 pledge will make a difference. Please continue to share with anyone you think might like to take part and or make a pledge to support this joy filled work!


Have a wonderful week and thank you for your help!

This weeks fabulous featured jumper: 

DANTON JAY! Like Jump for Joy! Featuring Danton Jay + MURAL UPDATE! on Facebook


Q: What makes you jump for joy?
A: The fact that a mural made of photos from people jumping will exist; and that it will empower its viewers and put off positive energy.

Q. Your experience doing jumping photos?
The jump was energizing and refreshing. It was an interesting contrast in the day. We were high in the sky and sun all day, then made our way down to a dark and grounded area under an overpass for the shot. Very nice contrast indeed.

Q: What inspires you in life?
A: People. I am inspired by the people around me. Whether it be their love, their generosity, their selflessness, their dreams, their passions, or their needs; I get most of my inspiration from others.
Q: Your greatest passion?
A: Music and saving the planet.

Q: Driving Force?
 Love. I was raised with it; I share it as much as I can; and I believe it is a real solution to all (most) things challenging.

Q. Philosophy?
A: You get out of life what you put into it; so put out as much positive energy as possible.

Q: Anything in the world?
I have been sharing my passion for saving the environment through music for a few years now. I am always working at being more productive and focused with this endeavour.

Q: Working on?
 I am just about to release an album with my partner Heather Lynn called "Decades After Paris." It is a sustainability focused story album that draws attention to the Paris Climate talks taking place this year in December. It then goes on to tell of struggles human society will face over the coming decades. From large industries shifting and economies struggling, to families starving and losing their homes. We want to paint a picture showing how significant the events taking place in our world today will affect our futures. Despite the serious topics, the music is fun and upbeat. It is designed (artistically) to reach new audiences and inform the uninformed of these issues. In the end, the main message is that love can rule.

Mini Bio:  I once put 18 grapes in my mouth.... 

Instagram: @decadesafterparis

Photos of Danton and Heather Lynn were taken in Vancouver. Like Jump for Joy! Featuring Danton Jay + MURAL UPDATE! on Facebook


It is such a pleasure hearing from you! Please, stop by and post your own jumping photo on facebook, say hello on twitter, or check me out on Instagram :)

Have a great week, with lots of fun and filled with joy!

Much love, Eyoälha

Jumping photo of Eyoälha by Wendy Williams Watt in Vancouver.
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