Carey in his pioneering days.

Me and the “kids” years ago

With Robert Bly, author of “Iron John: a Book About Men,” poet at the 6th Annual Chicago Men’s Conference 3/97

With Jay Michie, president of KIDS (Kids in Divorce Society – Vancouver BC); Jim Cook, founding participant of the National Congress of Fathers and Children; Ned Holstein, President of Fathers and Families in Boston; and Warren Farrell, terrific author on men’s and father’s issues (visit his site here) at the18th National Convention of the National Congress of Fathers and Children, Detroit 10/98

With Warren Farrell – author/lecturer; Rob McNeely – family law attorney and President of the Florida Chapter of the National Congress of Fathers and Children; and partner Cynthia A. McNeely, attorney and author of a really excellent article in the Florida State University Law Review, 1998, Vol. 25 Number 4 entitled “Lagging Behind the Times: Parenthood, Custody and Gender Bias in the Family Court” at Frenchman’s Cove, Jamaica, 12/98

Having a working lunch on a client’s expert report with Dr. Richard Gardner, child psychiatrist, and the world authority on Parental Alienation Syndrome. Cresskill, New Jersey, 2/99.

With Roger Galloway, MP, Co-Chair of the Joint Senate/House of Commons Committee on Custody and Access that authored the report For The Sake of the Children, and Jim Cook, President, The Joint Custody Association, Los Angeles (310 475-5352) at the National Shared Parenting Assocation Conference in Regina 5/99

Talking about why kids need both parents equally in their lives. Regina 5/99

On the Rafe Mair show March 2000

Senator Anne Cools, Senate Conference Room. Ottawa, Ontario – March 2002

Photo by Carey Linde taken October 2000 at an altitude of 17,000 feet.
North Face Mount Everest base camp Rongbuk Monastery, Tibet.

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With His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Dharamsala, India
Mind and Life Conference Sept 30 – Oct. 4 2002.

Check out http://www.lindephoto.com for an exhibition of Carey Linde’s photographs.