One of the greatest gifts I have been given professionally, is the ability to give back to organizations which have greatly impacted both myself and my family. Charitable giving is a cornerstone of my business and I’m thrilled to publicly support several wonderful non-profits, Four of which are listed below.


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Make-a-Wish

Our family is a wish family- meaning we have a child who had a life-threatening illness (ovarian cancer) and through Make-a-Wish, we experienced the most magical trip of a lifetime. This year, I am a Wish (women inspiring strength) honoree, which means we have the unique opportunity to raise funds to grant the wish of another child and family. Ellie and her family and Wish to go to hawaii!


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St. Vincent/ Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital

My oldest Daughter is a cancer-survivor and we have PMCH to thank for that. In her time there, my daughter noticed a lack of “girl-themed” patient rooms. We lived at the hospital for several week+ long intervals, so our goal is to donate a Mermaid-themed patient room to improve the experience of all children who are admitted to the hospital.


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A Little Rae of Hope 

Committed to families facing life-threatening illness, Emily Bennett founded A Little Rae of Hope to preserve memories through the time-freezing art of photography. The organization matches volunteer photographers with families and provides them with a photo book as well as USB of images from their session. I’m proud to be part of the work being done here- having photographed several families already and Forming RELATIONSHIPS i will treasure for a lifetime.


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Megan S. Ott Foundation

Meagan was a pregnant 32 year-old wife and mother when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She founded this organization one month before her passing to honor and serve other women battling their own cancer. Her family carries on her legacy by helping women and Families impacted by breast cancer with medical bills, UTILITIES, meals, medication, christmas gifts and more. I have been fortunate to photograph the annual “A Night For Magical Moments” fundraiser for the past three years and I am honored to be a small part of the big, meaningful work they are doing.