Weekly Story Challenge is back for Volume Two in 2018 with a new, improved format! Our goal is to help keep you accountable every week of this year to overcome the challenges that come your way and to remember to express gratitude for all of the positives.
Use your photos and therapeutic photography techniques to tell stories and share them within our community to get feedback and support from people who understand.
No challenge or win is too big or too small - share whatever is true for you!
How It Works
Simple Steps, Once A Week
Get big benefits with small consistent actions throughout the year.
We will send you an email every week of the year to come back and login. A new section of the course will be unlocked, allowing you to share two new stories around these questions:
The process itself will help you in overcoming those challenges or gaining the proven benefits of expressing gratitude, while you connect with the community to give and get support!
Doing this on a consistent basis will help keep you on track, focused and provide a framework for dealing with and overcoming depression or anxiety.
Upload from your smartphone and computer, or simply connect one of your favourite services for faster access to your photos.
Get email notifications and sign up to receive reminders on Messenger every week to come back to the community to tell your stories
Let's make 2018 your best year yet!
❤️ for Volume One
Weekly Story Challenge Book Reviews
You may not fully understand the healing power of photography until you experience it for yourself. I’ve always loved taking photos and this book has given me a new way to approach photography. Bryce, from The One Project, has crafted a series of exercises that will help you get outside to experience the world through your lens, all while taking you on an inward personal journey, helping you to learn more about yourself. I recommend this book whether you are struggling with anxiety or depression, or not, as it’s a valuable resource that will help you express your creativity.
— Sarah Wall
Weekly Story Challenge is beautifully done! The layout is perfect and straightforward - tips about taking your photos and then jumps straight into the challenges. I am a family therapist and I definitely recommend it for those struggling with anxiety and depression - but also those who aren't necessarily having problems or issues! I am going through the book while starting a new job and traveling and it definitely helps with some much needed self-reflection and exploration. Get this book!!
— Nakya Reeves
Optimistic and user friendly.
Bryce Evans' Weekly Story Challenge is a refreshingly encouraging and optmistic journey of self enhancement and wellness. It is presented in an extremely non-condescending and digestible format. Using photography is a wonderfully non-threatening way of expression.
Bryce gives you time to "get to" the challenges and time to process your discoveries. Weekly Story Challenge is very non-stigmatizing and is universally designed to be useful for everyone and anyone. This book is an essential tool to add to anyone's adventure through life.
— William Gross BAPsych,BEd,OCT
As a therapist this is a book i would recommend to my client and peers
This book is a well- structured workbook suitable for young adults and above. It is clearly presented and sectioned into workable tasks that invite the reader to participate in a non -patronising and jargonistic manner. As a therapist this is a book i would recommend to my client and peers. I can't wait to complete the topics myself.
— Amazon Customer
Bryce Evans is an award-winning photographer, artist and marketing consultant discovering the art of life. He's built a community over 50,000, worked with top international brands and exhibited his artwork internationally to help inspire and share valuable insights.
As founder and CEO of The One Project (the photography community for people suffering from depression and anxiety), Bryce is a leading expert in therapeutic photography for depression and anxiety, the healing power of photos, and how it can be used to help change how we see and talk about mental health. You can connect with Bryce personally online as @artofbryce
Hear his story of overcoming these issues
“How Photography Saved My Life” (TEDx)
Watch our VICE documentary