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Flashes of Hope at Children’s Hospital Colorado


Recently I volunteered to photograph children with cancer at Children’s Hospital Colorado. It had been more than a year since the program Flashes of Hope was able to do portraits of children and their families because of the concern for spreading colds, flu and other illnesses. Geri and I photographed 13 kids, ages 9 months to 10 years old. Many of the photos needed to be made while the kids were isolated in their hospital rooms.

This was the fourth time I’ve photographed for the Flashes of Hope program, and it’s always a humbling feeling to look deeply into each of these kids’ eyes and do my best to draw out their personalities.

Cheers, Kent

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Cancer Kids at Children’s Hospital

Recently I photographed kids with cancer at The Children’s Hospital in Denver for a program called Flashes of Hope. Flashes of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating powerful portraits of children fighting cancer. This was the fourth time I’ve volunteered for this project. Working with these kids and their families helps me to put my own life into perspective and be great full for my good health. It’s an honor to be able to give each child a few minutes of my time to capture a little bit of their personality. Click here if you would like to see a short slide show from a Kids Cancer Camp near Estes Park, Colorado. Click here to see my blog post from a session last year.

Peace, Kent

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