Images to Inspire Hope | Giving back through photography

Dec 21, 2012

I love working with Vinita Salomé, a dear friend and talented children and family photographer with a heart of gold. Early last year, we teamed up to launch Images to Inspire Hope as a way to give back through our photography.

After pausing for my maternity leave, we are back, and are delighted to share a preview of images from a beautiful autumnal family photo session with the winners of our Let’s help Japan campaign.

Visit our latest blog post – A moment spent with family – to take a peek and to leave a loving comment for our winning family.

Thank you so much to everyone for supporting our initiative and for your donations. Your generosity and encouragement is so much appreciated!

We are currently accepting submissions for our next project, so if there’s a cause that’s dear to your heart, please let us know. We’d be delighted to hear from you!

With love,


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