Melisa Caprio, author, photographer and creator of Postcards to the Universe™ A Global Movement for Manifestation, is inviting people from around the world to participate in this movement. Her inspiration comes from a desire to have a forum where people come together in creative ways for global change. Caprio sees a need for growth, inner reflection, inspiration, and healing. The books being created are meant to inspire through collaboration using art and photography. Caprio hosts her own weekly radio show titled Postcards to the Universe with Melisa airing Wednesdays at 1PM PST on 12Radio.com. She is the author/publisher of Creative, Fun and Easy Tips on How to Photograph Children and Animals and Smart-Ography: Simple Tips on the Art of iPhone and Android Photography (Amazon). Caprio has been featured and interviewed on her Postcards to the Universe book and project on blog talk radio shows Sterling Spin Radio, Meaningful Connections, and Angel with an Edge. She has been featured numerous times in the local newspaper Sun Sentinel: Broward and Palm Beach News on her work. Caprio features her photographs on a regular basis in fine art galleries in South Florida. Melisa Caprio (www.melisacaprio.com) is an inspiring and experienced photographer. She received a fine art degree from Florida International University. Caprio was one of the selected few asked to study with renowned curator and historian, John Szarkowski, Director of Photography at New York's Museum of Modern Art- MOMA (1962-1991). Caprio owned and operated a Fine Art Photography Gallery in Hollywood, Florida for three years. She was personally asked to become the staff photographer for Dolphin Human Therapy by the president and founder where she worked for seven years photographing handicapped children receiving therapy with dolphins. She has gleaned powerful insights from the dolphins and children. Her work from Dolphin Human Therapy has been published extensively throughout Europe. She successfully helped launch a toddler’s modeling career with her photography. In 2014, Caprio was nominated to Fort Lauderdale's Art Commission panel, whose goal it is to bring art into the community.