A couple of weeks ago I was asked to shoot an event called Art of Optimism for the Life is Good Kids Foundation. The event is meant to celebrate those who are dedicating their lives to helping children heal from early childhood trauma — the group includes teachers, social workers, counselors and more.
It was a beautiful early autumn evening at the Artists For Humanity building in South Boston, with lots of balloons, burgers (B.Good) and pizza (Pastoral). So many inspiring people under one roof!
Artists for Humanity building
In the courtyard
John Jacobs, co-founder of Life is Good
Bert Jacobs, co-founder of Life is Good
Will Dailey leaves the stage for a chair top
Water bottles as vase centerpieces
The Life is Good traveling trailer
Playmaker award winner runs to the stage
Playmaker award winners