PHOTOGRAPHERS RAISE $100,000 FOR PARKINSON’S RESEARCH
On Saturday, September 22nd, 2018: photographers, filmmakers, illustrators and stylists joined together for the 2nd annual Photo Shoot for a Cure party at District Hall in Boston. The evening raised over $54,000 for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research—topping $100,000 to date since it's launch in 2016.
The party featured photo booths for portraits, fashion photography, headshots, and more. The evening also featured make up by Sephora Prudential Center, hair styling by James Joseph Salon, a Styling Booth by The TJX Companies, manicures by Polished Nail Boutique, a Braid & Pony bar by Blo Blow Dry Bar Seaport, a pop up gallery presented by Big Picture Framing and Adorama featuring the work of Boston photographers, live portrait illustrations by Victoria Bornstein, an interactive art project and showcase by The Art Cart, and more!
Photo Shoot for a Cure is produced by advertising and editorial photographer Diana Levine, in support of her Mom, who was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's disease 14 years ago. Diana has photographed notable personalities like Alicia Keys, Kim Kardashian, President Clinton, New Kids on the Block, Ed Sheeran, and John Legend. Her clients include Rolling Stone, Billboard, MTV, Spotify, and Converse.
Learn more: photoshootforacure.com
Fundraising page: http://fundraise.michaeljfox.org/tf-2018/photoshootforacure
Diana's work: dianalevine.com