Flashes of Hope

I am back in town and we survived a week at Disney with alternating strep throat and stomach bugs – oh yeah!  But it was warm, and if you have to be sick I guess it’s better to be sick in sunny Florida!  It was a great getaway with the fam and despite the challenges we did have a great time.

But back to the topic at hand – finally sharing some images from my January day at UNC Children’s Hospital with Flashes of Hope.  A little about Flashes of Hope: (from their website) Flashes of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life threatening illnesses. The portraits, taken by award-winning photographers, help children feel better about their changing appearance by celebrating it. For families of terminally ill children, it’s especially important to have a portrait that preserves forever the beauty, grace and dignity of their child.

I was honored to work with these amazing grown ups and precious kids.  I wish I could share every single photo from the day, but please enjoy this small portion of the beautiful faces and sweet spirits of the day.  I was blessed to meet each one.


  1. oh Season – beautiful, awesome work. i had tears looking at these. some of them don’t even look sick. what an amazing thing you did. may God bless you and these families.

  2. Season, it was so much working with you at this shoot. The pictures are really nice! I hope you can come back and do it again sometime.

  3. Season, these are beautiful. What a great charity, I will have to look into this in my area. Each image touched my heart, and I pray for the best for each of them.
    p.s. we shared a table at the ilp lunch 😉

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