Breast Cancer Awareness Project - Visual Concepts works with Survivors

Last October, the Annapolis Capital Gazette featured Visual Concepts Photography’s breast cancer awareness project on its front page!

We began breast cancer awareness project in 2016 when I met Maggie, the Bald Ballerina.  At the age of 23, her doctors diagnose Maggie with metastatic breast cancer. When I met Maggie and heard her compelling story, I decided to photograph her. Since that time, we have had several shoots together, and I have reached out to other survivors as well. My aim has always been to show these beautiful human beings exactly what I see in them: their strength, their tenacity, their beauty.

This last October, Visual Concepts participated in a breast cancer awareness project art in conjunction with Corks for a Cause at Greenstreet Gardens in Lothian, MD, where we helped raise funds for AAMC.

In the next phase of our breast cancer awareness project, we will be working with survivors to a book feature their stories along with their photographs. We hope their stories and images will uplift and encourage others who are experiencing the same journey.

We need breast cancer survivor models to help us with this book project. Please click here for more information on how to sign up.

If you join with us in this new breast cancer awareness project, you will find yourself looking and feeling beautiful as you are being photographed, and you will also help others like you on their journey. Why not make a date for yourself afterwards and celebrate — celebrate you, your life and your family!

You will be so glad you did.

The Capital Gazette breast cancer awareness front page article on Visual Concepts Photography, greater Annapolis area, and the breast cancer survivor art project
The Capital October 5, 2018 featuring Visual Concepts Photography and breast cancer survivor art project