it may even CHANGE a life

My mother died of Breast Cancer in 2006, and that forever changed my life, and now I want to tell your story as it may also change a life. When we share our stories we offer support, hope and the feeling that we are indeed not alone.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I want to tell your story, amplify your voice and offer you a special opportunity to feel connected and beautiful to your body.

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I am offering 2 women who want to share their Breast Cancer Journey an empowering custom
Luxe Portrait Experience.

You will be gifted the following

Custom Luxe Portrait Experience ($600value)

1 Matted Portrait ($250 value)
A space to share your story

Total $850 value


Must be a breast cancer survivor or currently
in your breast cancer journey.

Must be open to having intimate portraits taken and shared on my website & social media.

Must be open to sharing your experience through a blog post and video testimonial.

Must have the photoshoot done in October or November 2022

The Fine Print: Must not have a photoshoot already scheduled, may not be combined with other offers. Offer has no cash value. Photoshoot must take

place in October 2022 or November 2022. Option to purchase additional portraits at a private reveal and ordering appointment.


Applications must be made by October 7th, 2022. All applicants will be contacted for a phone consultation and interview.
Two women will be chosen for this special offer.


breast cancer facts

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related death among women living in Canada.

One in eight women living in Canada will develop breast cancer in their lives, and one in 34 women will die from breast cancer.

Screening saves lives. Regular screening mammograms can find breast cancer early, usually before it has spread.