Current Projects

Portland Art Museum: Invisible Me


February 10-June 17, 2018. Paul recruited and helped facilitate these powerful voices for Invisible Me. This exhibit candidly explores the symptoms of invisible disabilities because they are not often observed, yet those with these disabilities are easily judged, dismissed, and left feeling unvalidated. Invisible Me aims to help create awareness.

This exhibit will be on display through June 17, 2018.

Washington County: 2018 Storytelling Class

Flyer (updated)

Thursdays, April 5-May 10. Performances on May 15 and May 30. Washington County is looking for adults ages 60 and better who want to learn the art of storytelling. Six classes and two performances are scheduled.

Multnomah County: Understanding LGBTQ Veterans from a Trauma-Informed Lens

Flyer, May 22 Tickets, June 13 Tickets

May 22, 2018, and June 13, 2018. Join Paul, the Multnomah County Older Adult Behavioral Health Team, and SAGE Metro Portland for this event being offered at two dates. Includes viewing of "Breaking the Silence: Stores of Oregon's LGBTQ Veterans," panel discussion, presentations for understanding LGBTQ Veterans Trauma Informed Lens and the role of County Service Veterans Officers (CSVOs), and community resources.

Multnomah County: Proud Voices


June 2, 2018. Paul hosts! Local LGBTQ authors and poets Denise Chantrelle DuBois, Marnie Freeman, Vinnie Kinsella, and Jim Sutherland will read passages from their published works, share stories and answer questions from the audience. There will be plenty of opportunities for informal conversations, including book signing and sales. Light refreshments will be served.

Multnomah County: Self Care for Caregivers

Flyer, Tickets

June 16, 2018. Join Paul and hear his keynote and breakout session in this workshop for people caring for a loved one with dementia or serious illness.

Our Bold Voices: Schooled


September 13, 2018. A show focusing on mentorship.


Our Bold Voices: Rescue Is For Lovers


September 26, 2018. A show benefiting Pixie Project pet rescues.