Over the summer, I was invited to participate in a photo project for Arkansas Children's Hospital. The project was a two-part photo documentary on a day at ACH. Myself and a handful of other Little-Rock and Arkansas' based photographers were asked to participate. I was more than happy (and honored) to contribute to the project. I was asked to photograph a few aspect of ACH: Kaylee, a cutie of a girl who is battling cancer, a day in the burn unit, and doctors using an animatronic doll to help them detect child abuse.
The project was rolled out into two parts. The first is a 16-page insert in the November issue of Soiree' Magazine. You can see the special section by going here and the ACH section starts on page 50/51. My contributing photos are below.
There will be more photos coming out in December during Arkansas Children's Hospital annual fundraiser, Miracle Ball. Once those publish, I plan to do an extensive blog post about my day in the burn unit as well as other photos I took at Arkansas Children's Hospital.