Tricia Stearns is a writer, and photographer and storyteller. Her work has appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Bloom, Loose Change, and Gut Wrench to name a few.
As a spoken word storyteller, she has performed at The Moth in Washington D.C., as well as on stage in Atlanta. Upon occasion and if her name gets pulled out of the hat you can hear her at the monthly storytelling event, Carapace in Atlanta, Georgia. She has performed at Atlanta Fringe Festival, Athens Fringe Festival, and organized Stories on the Square-Fayette County on behalf of Southern Order of Storytellers.
Tricia likes to tells stories with photography as well. She looks for stories within stories in each moment she captures. Some of her photos have been exhibited at the Women Who Work show at University of New Orleans Museum of Art.
Her work has been featured in Slow Exposures, 2013,and she earned Best of Show and Second Place at Arts Clayton Photography Show in 2015.
She is married to Bern Stearns, and the mother of three daughters, Meredith, Mallory, Julia, two stepsons, Michael and Robert, and her canine child, Hiker.
Tricia and Bern can be found hiking and biking around the globe, stopping to reside in Peachtree City, Georgia and Wedowee, Alabama.
Tricia cultivates ideas, gathers people, connecting all to a harvest of hope, humor and compassion.