I am available for public talks in the U.S. and Europe for the general public and for art, photography and psychology practitioners and students.   Please inquire through the Contact Page of this website.

General Public


Learning to Love Someone Who Has Caused You Great Pain

When we think of someone who has caused us pain, we run an old, painful movie in our minds.  Many times, however, there are happy memories and stories to be seen if we can remember the past in a different way.   In Re-Remembered, Jay Sullivan explains how he learned to love his long estranged and deceased father through a creative process that helped him re-remember the past and create a happier story of his childhood.   Related Art Series – G(love), The Emotional Core of Objects.

All the King’s Horses

Learning to Let Broken Pieces Lie

Not everything that is broken needs to be fixed.   In All the King’s Horses, Jay Sullivan explains how he greatly reduced his compulsive, over-achiever  behavior by tracing it back to his parent’s breakup.  Includes 10 guidelines on how to slow down and reduce stress in one’s life.  Related Art Series — All the King’s Horses.

Photography, Art and Psychology Practitioners & Students

I Am the Image

Infusing your Art and Life with Memory and Meaning

Past experiences affect our present emotions.  In I am the Image, Jay Sullivan details how he becomes aware of, and then transcends, problematic emotionally charged memories using a creative process that infuses his art and life with meaning.   Related Art Series – G(love), All the King’s Horses, Before, Pavlov’s Belt.