Every once in a while you meet a genuinely GOOD person. A person who seems perfect, but not to a fault. They are close to God. They are smart. They serve and serve. They seem to be at east with all the things I struggle with. They are kind. They aren’t sarcastic. They don’t let laundry pile up. They are organized. They are financially savvy. They exercise every day. They eat healthy. They want to change the world. The people that keep people like me going. The people you want to be like. I was roommates in New York with one of these people. Her name is Jenny Reeder. She has recently been diagnosed with cancer. She can’t do a lot of the things she used to. And, frankly, she needs help.
I want to help.
I want you to help.
I’m willing to offer you something.
During the month of June Bee Photography
would like to travel the USofA and take wonderful photographs for EACH person or family who would like them. This will be at 50% of their regular fee. You will get ALL rights to the images. There is a lovely pdf of prices and options that can be sent to you. The proceed of these shoots will go to help Jenny pay for her mounting and extensive medical bills. Also, if your town is not listed–I am happy to travel there as long as there are at least 5 committed photo shoots. Thank you so much in advance for your consideration!
And you can email me from the website!
Dates are tentative and changeable, but here is the plan:
Salt Lake City and surrounding cities: Prices good for April and May
Pittsburgh: June 4, 5
Philadelphia: June 6, 7
Washington D.C.: June 8, 9, 10
Philadelphia: June 11
New Jersey: June 12, 13
New York City (and surrounding areas): June 14, 15, 16,
Boston: June 17, 18
Portland, OR: June 19, 20, 21
Denver, CO: July 8, 9
California (LA, OC, and San Diego): July 14, 15, 16
Houston and Austin Texas: TBD
Idaho Falls, ID: TBD
Boise, ID: TBD
Tucson, AZ: TBD
Phoenix, AZ: TBD
Jenny recently wrote a small reflection on her experience and the love and outpouring she’s received from so many people around the globe.
“I feel the love. It fills me, straightens my bending, strengthens my weary bones, and fuels my exhaustion. I feel the support and find purpose outside of my bed. But most of all, to all of you, far and wide, I have learned something that will stay with me the whole rest of my long life. Marjorie Hinckley once said, “Oh, how we need each other.” Thank you for being here for me in this crazy experience. I will be here for you.”