Work That Matters
The American Cancer Society’s Inaugural St. Louis ‘Stubby’ Classic is a high-end, amenity-rich tournament that raises funds for the Society’s mission to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. Last Monday I had the privilege of contributing to a photographic record of the event.
Greg Stubblefield was an Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Senior Executive, Cal Berkeley college football star, loving family man, and community philanthropist. Two years ago Greg succumbed to head and neck cancer at the age of 61 after a four year battle. This week an incredible gathering of family, friends, and supporters gathered to celebrate Greg, and every other person in the fight and the work that matters with cancer, at the Boone Valley Golf Club in Augusta Missouri.
I’ll give a shout to Yoli Randl with The American Cancer Society for organizing the event. Here are a couple of my favorite images.
More Work that Matters
Moving on from the dog days of summer I’m looking forward to the rich colors fall brings and the opportunities to make beautiful outdoor portraits. My schedule is already filling up and I’m sure other photographers are seeing the same trend. So if you if the thought has crossed your mind, now is a good time to get on the schedule. Having your portrait or a family portrait made is work that matters.
I’ll leave you with a few more recent shots.
In the past, I’ve said some pretty unkind things about cancer so I won’t repeat them here.
Here’s a virtual hug and a shout of encouragement to Rich Johns and everyone battling that malady.
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Ps. You can see my headshot gallery here.