When Army veteran Zeke Crozier’s military career was cut short by a life-threatening injury, he wasn’t sure what to do after his recovery. Surviving a helicopter crash in Afghanistan that left him with some traumatic brain injury, PTSD, anxiety and depression. Unable to continue his working in his career Zeke later found a passion he didn’t know he had.
Wounded Army veteran finds new passion into therapeutic art
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