So, this is my business model:
Every time you hire me to photograph something, an event, make a portrait, whatever, I’ll donate my photography to a person or organization who could really use some photos of something that means a great deal to them.
For example, iMentor, an awesome organization which champions high school students through mentoring support from high school into college, hired me to make photographs of an event they were having. To pay that kindness forward, I’m donating my services to The Lakeview Polar Bear Club for their annual Polar Bear Plunge, (NOTE: You can still register!) which raises funds for families in need. The idea is simple. You pay a fee to plunge yourself into ice cold Lake Michigan and if you want, attend an awesome after-party, and the money goes to help the families. How awesome is that? I can’t think of a better way to spend my Sunday that wading into freezing water to photograph the madness. Win win!
Stay tuned for those pictures! The plunge is Saturday and I’ll be putting all the good ones on this site for free download.
This is a photo of William Seiyo Sheehan, who teaches shurikenjutsu as well as many other things, and as an army veteran does important work spreading peace and helping prevent veteran suicide. You can learn more about that at his site, 8030k. I donate photography for anything he needs a picture of.
So, please, hire me and I’ll pay your trust in my skills forward. If you have a cause in mind, please, let’s talk about that.