One of my personal biggest honors and joys is to use my passion for photography for good by giving back to my Hoboken community and our neighbors.
Covid-19 may have shut down my business, but after a friend reached out and introduced me to the The Front Steps Project in Needham, MA, I decided to spearhead our local edition. With the help of two local photographers, we raised 35K for the Hoboken Community Center Food Pantry by capturing 340 households.
The resulting images were published in
The Front Steps Project: How Communities Found Connection During the Covid-19 Crisis
I teamed up with FLAG Hoboken to highlight incredible Hoboken Humans that have tirelessly worked and given back to our Hoboken community. Humans that often go unseen, but have a tremendous impact on so many in Hoboken.
Two moms, friends, and photographers with one vision: host super cute Valentine’s Day mini sessions with all proceeds going to a different community charity every year. Four years later and we have raised approx. 10K for organizations such as Isaiah House, Family Promise of Hudson County, Jubilee Center of Hoboken & Women’s Rising.
Coverage: Two Hoboken Photographers Find Creative Way to Learn and Raise Funds
I supported the Isaiah House shelter and food pantry by providing all of their website photography and marketing content. I also documented their 30th Birthday Gala.
For several years, I’ve shot images of this super spooky (and super cute!) race, an annual Halloween fundraiser benefiting the Hoboken Homeless Shelter.