Founded as a joint effort between renowned portrait photographer Jeffrey Shaw of Manhattan and Connecticut students Caleigh and Lynden Steele, Pink Portrait Project creates a community of photographers joining together across the United States to use their talents and compassion to celebrate the act of supporting women with Breast Cancer.
Each October, photographers across the United States will spend a single day donating their time and talent to photograph women at any point in the Breast Cancer journey with the people who support them – their families.
We don’t define family; you do! So grab whomever comprises your Breast Cancer family – your children, partner, parents, friend, co-workers, a neighbor who drove you to chemotherapy – and we’ll snap away. After your portrait session, your photographer will provide you with a shareable digital album for your smartphone, ideal for sharing with family and friends and allowing you to access these memories on-the-go. As well as an 8x10 keepsake portrait, all free of charge, to celebrate what's at the heart of the matter.