Joanne Morton is an artist, creativity expert, special event consultant, and Laughter Yoga Teacher with a passion for helping others find positive energy in their personal and professional lives.
She offers interactive art experiences that can help individuals and businesses get their projects or goals back on track. Her personal creative strategy involves the use of art, gratitude, and laughter to activate positive energy within people, enabling them to go from feeling stressed and frustrated to feeling relaxed and motivated.
Joanne is a contributing author in, ‘Creative Lifebook: Reflections On The Art Of Living A Fully Expressed Life’ which became a Kindle bestseller within hours of its global release. We hit #1 in 23 categories and five countries. She is an art instructor at Michaels, a certified laughter yoga instructor, and has facilitated over 900 gratitude circles.
With 25+ years of professional experience in project management, event planning, and community engagement. She coordinated events for several nonprofit media art organizations as well as her own self-produced creative experiences in New York City. Since moving to Savannah, GA, Joanne has produced some of the largest events in Savannah, including the Savannah Earth Day Festival. She was the festival director from 2017 to 2019. Over 7000+ people attended these festivals to visit the 100+ non profit and local vendors, enjoy musical entertainment on the main stage, and participate in the 15+ free workshops. She combines her artistic inspirations and work experience to create teams that respects, empowers and celebrates everyone.
If you’re looking for a Zip Zap of Positive Energy in your life or a unique and fascinating perspective on ways to relieve stress and frustration, Joanne Morton is the perfect choice. Her events and art experiences have helped many people reset their energy, create ease, and sustain success, giving them the motivation to collaborate and create positive change within their communities.
My creative projects include:
The Manifesting Mobile, an ongoing immersive community engagement project that began in 2010
FCW Society, founded in 2005 in NYC, the FCW Society is dedicated to promoting & exploring feminist issues & interests while spreading the word that women are so fucking cool.
Gratitude Circle in the Squares, an in-person experience where people came together in the historic squares of Savannah to share gratitude with others. Joanne has shared gratitude with over 900+ from November 2013 thru October 2017.
I look forward to sharing Magic Passion Love with you! xoxojoanne
I am a MidWestern, New Yorker living in the South with a West Coast vibe!
My childhood was spent in Ohio and Missouri with my parents and two sisters. My childhood dream was to live in New York City and become an artist.
I encourage everyone to keep their childhood dreams alive.