I’m from the 70s. Cannabis has been my medicine for a very long time, I just didn’t know it until I had cancer.
— Sharon Letts

Writer and Producer Sharon Letts began her life's work at age of 24 as a flower gardener in Southern California under the shingle The Secret Garden.

When a local television programming director asked Sharon to produce and host a gardening show, her company name became Secret Garden Productions, producing a visiting gardening series titled, In and Out of the Garden, which aired for three years in four counties in Southern California. Locations included public and private gardens and preserves throughout Southern California; including Catalina Island and the California Desert.

Sharon went on to executive produce Off the Beaten Path, a California travelogue for PBS with a focus on art, food, wine, and conservation. The series included a three-part visit to Sonoma County's wine country; and a one-week stay at the historic Dorland Mountain Ranch, a remote, off-the-grid, artist colony in the hills of Riverside County in Southern California.

After working as a field and segment producer for documentary and magazine shows in Los Angeles, Sharon was brought up to Humboldt County to produce a news show, when she presented with breast cancer, Lobular carcinoma.

Because she was in the cannabis capitol of the world, she was given a strong cannabis oil, successfully putting the cancer into remission; while helping her do away with up to 10 prescription medications, changing her life and career forever.

“I’m from the 70s," Sharon explained. "Cannabis has been my medicine for a very long time, I just didn’t know it until I had cancer. I support both recreational and medicinal use, but now, it’s become my only medicine, and now in my fifties, I feel better than I have in years. As of this writing, in the five years I've used cannabis and other herbs as my only medicine, I've not had a headache, cold or flu. I just don't get sick any longer."

Today Sharon writes internationally for many magazines profiling patients, medicine makers, and everything in between surrounding the burgeoning cannabis industry. Her essays have been translated into Spanish, now published in Mexico City. She’s also coming back to television full circle, developing intelligent TV shows on what she calls her “good medicine.”

Don’t just get stoned, get educated.
— Sharon Letts

Photography

Sharon takes photographs to help tell the stories she writes. She's proud to be a part of Stock Pot Images, the world's first collection of intelligent images on cannabis.

cannaflage designs owner karen rumics averill, on the beach in oregon, wearing one of her creations shot from her family garden.

cannaflage designs owner karen rumics averill, on the beach in oregon, wearing one of her creations shot from her family garden.

Sharon's travels have taken her around the world... and she has found cannabis everywhere. It's the most beloved illicit herb on the planet; and prevails in every culture for healing, spiritual use, and recreation.

Sharon's travels have taken her around the world... and she has found cannabis everywhere. It's the most beloved illicit herb on the planet; and prevails in every culture for healing, spiritual use, and recreation.


Collaborations

Sharon has also collaborated with other Stock Pot Image photographers for her cover features for Dope Magazine, including Melissa Etheridge, Tommy Chong, and Kyle Turley.

My cover feature of Melissa etheridge shot by robiee ziegler for stock pot images.

My cover feature of Melissa etheridge shot by robiee ziegler for stock pot images.


My cover feature on Tommy Chong for Dope Magazine, shot by Bettina Chavez for Stock Pot Images.

My cover feature on Tommy Chong for Dope Magazine, shot by Bettina Chavez for Stock Pot Images.

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My cover feature on former NFL player and cannabis advocate, Kyle Turley.

Shot by Josh Vogel for Stock Pot Images

Photos by Yvette Davis for Stock Pot images were provided for this feature for Dope magazine on tracy ryan, her daughter sophie, and cannakids in Los angeles, the non-profit she founded to help children with cannabis for serious ailments. Sophies story also ran in weed world uk and hydrolife magazine (canada).

Photos by Yvette Davis for Stock Pot images were provided for this feature for Dope magazine on tracy ryan, her daughter sophie, and cannakids in Los angeles, the non-profit she founded to help children with cannabis for serious ailments. Sophies story also ran in weed world uk and hydrolife magazine (canada).