Photography, tutu’s, and raising money to help those living with breast cancer…
in our opinion it doesn’t get much better than that! Which is why May is going to be an AWESOME month.
Classic Kids is a boutique studio photography company specializing in black & white portraits of children, families and pets. In February, they contacted our team and invited us to participate in their 5th campaign, “Rock Your Tutus”. So what does this mean? Throughout the month of May, they will donate 100% of the sitting fee from all tutu photo shoots to The Carey Foundation! This campaign is so generous and we send out an enormous thank you to the entire team at Classic Kids.
The FUN begins Saturday, May 2nd at the launch party, Manhattan Upper East Side Studio (Lexington and 81st Street). Bob and I will be at the studio between 9 AM – 3PM enjoying the free family activity day. There will be arts and crafts, face painting, and tasty snacks. For a $50 donation you can RSVP for a mini family photo shoot. Your donation will make a significant difference in the lives of women and men living with breast cancer.
How can you help if you don’t live in Manhattan? Join the fun in one of their ten locations across the US. Schedule an appointment today and “ROCK YOUR TUTU”! OR, you can make a direction donation below.
New York City, NY Upper East Side 1182 Lexington Avenue (At 81st) 212.396.1160
New York City, NY Upper West Side 395 Amsterdam Avenue (at 79th) 212.799.3730
Greenwich, CT 54 Greenwich Avenue 203.622.2358
Chicago, IL 917 W. Armitage Avenue (Lincoln Park) 773. 296.2607
Winnetka, IL 566 Chestnut Street 847.446.2064
Hindsdale, Il 25 E. Hindsdale Avenue 630.323.7223
Newport Beach, CA 219 Marine Avenue 949.642.0200
Santa Monica, CA 1627 Montana Avenue 310. 395.1468
Burlingame,CA 315 Lorton Avenue 650. 348.2100
Los Gatos, CA 155 North Santa Cruz Avenue, #A 408. 354.9116
Linda Carey is the co-creator of The Tutu Project and President of the Carey Foundation. Bob and Linda Carey have been together since 1986. When Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003, Bob decided to expand on an odd project he’d started: he’d taken a few pictures of himself in a pink tutu, and the unlikely images cheered Linda up and gave both of them something to focus on other than her diagnosis. Linda’s positive approach to living has become a beacon of hope for cancer patients across the world.