I canít believe 2015 is almost over! †This year was full of amazing events, strong survivors, and beautiful clients. †And while each one is special to me, I wanted to remember three especially poignant moments from the last twelve months.
First, I receive so much joy when I think back to my trip to Boston. †Not only did I have four underwater shoots with four lovely women (one of whom is now a beautiful mommy and one of my biggest supporters!), but I also gave a presentation at the Apple Store on Bolyston Street. †The turnout was incredible and you could feel the emotions as I spoke. †The crowd was so enthusiastic about my project and spoke with such excitement – my heart was, and still is, full of happiness from it all.
Second, the San Francisco Apple Store event in October was truly unbelievable. †So many friends, supporters and About Face cancer survivors came out to support my presentation. †It was awe inspiring to have so many survivors share their testimony unasked and unexpectedly. †It was by far my most emotional event to date. †It meant so much to me to not only hear your kinds words of how much your life has been positively impacted by the Underwater Healer project, but to also share them to a crowd. †Thank you with all my heart.
Last, but certainly not least, would be my supporters over the year who have booked maternity, engagement, or just fun underwater portrait sessions. †Every single one of you have been a joy to work with and I am honored that you gave me the opportunity to document such important moments in your life. †Also, without you I would not be able to continue by About Face Underwater Healer Project. †Because of you every cancer and trauma survivor experience their transformational shoots free of charge.
Thank you to everyone who has come to my speaking events, shared my work or press items to their social networks, and those who have donated. †Itís made 2015 the best year to date. †I am so thankful and excited to see where 2016 leads to. †I send you all love and happiness this holiday season.