Peace and Pandemonium

Monday, May 10, 2010


Mini Sessions

Just weeks ago, our dear family friend Kerry Ashby aka "The Candyman", went ATVing with two of his three sons—one son was a week from leaving for the Army, the other son was a week from leaving to serve a full time mission for the LDS church, and his third son was already gone from home serving an LDS mission. While on this trip, Kerry's ATV rolled off of a cliff, leaving him paralyzed from his chest down. After four hours of waiting with his sons, he was life-flighted to a hospital in Colorado. He is now at the University of Utah Hospital recovering and will soon be starting physical therapy. Kerry is a husband and father of one daughter and three sons. Because he built cabinetry for a living before the accident, these times are and will be hard for them. His family is in desperate need of financial help to pay for medical bills, to fund renovation costs to make his home wheelchair accessible, and to assist with basic living expenses.

I will be joining forces with the lovely and talented Leah Wright for a day of mini sessions to help raise money for the Ashby family. 100% of the proceeds from these sessions will be donated to the Ashby family.

30 min session
1 10 session available
Children, couples, individuals, or families of 6 or less
5-10 high resolution images on cd
Please email Leah ASAP to confirm your spot: leah{at}pelousedesign{dot}com

When: Saturday, May 22nd | 5pm - 7pm, 30 min sessions
Where: The orchards at the top of Center Street in Provo (next to Seven Peaks Ice Arena)
Session fee: $100

If you'd like to contribute something and can't do a session, please still go here and donate what you can.

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