Gemini Adams is an artist, educator and award winning author whose works have been translated into Japanese, Chinese and Spanish.
Her titles include the Mom’s Choice Gold award winner, Your Legacy of Love: Realize the Gift in Goodbye, The Top 100 Recipes for Happy Kids, and she is a contributing author to More Than Money: How to Leave a Lasting Legacy to Your Family, and Open to Hope: Inspirational Stories of Healing After Loss.
Her latest book, The Facebook Diet: 50 Funny Signs of Facebook Addiction and Ways to Unplug with a Tech-Detox is out in January 2013. .
Gemini frequently hosts workshops on healthy and conscious living. She is an entertaining speaker and a talented artist.
Awards & Accomplishments
In 2006, Gemini was awarded the prestigious Winston Churchill Fellowship for her work. Subsequently she was offered a grant by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust to further her research, enabling her to spend ten weeks interviewing directors of leading hospices, palliative care, and bereavement organizations across the United States, to explore The Role of Love in Palliative Care.
Working together with The Sacred Dying Foundation, Gemini then went on to produce the documentary A Legacy of Love. The film follows a terminally-ill cancer patient as he prepares a loving legacy for his family; a gift they will receive after his departure. It premiered at the Elevate Film Festival, where it won Audience Award for Best Short Documentary in October 2007.
Gemini’s works have gained rave reviews and received the:
Gemini’s passion for care and contribution has inspired her to participate in voluntary charity, community, and environmental projects around the world, with Raleigh International, The Red Cross, PoD, and Cancer Research in Africa, America, China, Poland and Peru.