December 5, 2010

Images For A Cure

When I heard about the opportunity to utilize my passion for photography to help people in need, I immediately wanted in.  This fall, I joined Images for a Cure - a group of 250 photographers scattered around the world, who created their own photography events and donated 100% of the session fees to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

How could I not want to participate?  I wholeheartedly believe in using my camera to create, inspire, capture connections and memorialize special moments...and any chance I get to use my camera to do these things AND support a great cause, I am there. 

I held a photo session marathon on November 20th and had the pleasure of photographing four awesome families on beautiful Jekyll Island.  (One of the ladies I photographed was a breast cancer survivor!)  Despite starting the day with an overcast sky and a few rain drops, we all had a wonderful time, and I was beyond pleased with the results!

My event raised $200 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and together, the IFAC photographers exceeded their goal of $15,000!  I couldn't be more proud of our achievement.

A big "thank you" to my clients for their participation!

The Battle Family

 The Martins

Ashley & Mickey (with a cameo appearance by Chastity)

The Riner & Cox Families

Stay tuned next October/November for my next Images for a Cure photo event - I will definitely be participating again!


  1. Jennifer, i love every single photo! Your work is amazing and congratulations on raising money for such an important cause!! I also LOVE your blog...very nice! Keep up the fantastic work!!!

  2. I love it Jennifer! I love your purpose and I love the sweet personalities in these photos!!! Good job!