An image created for The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation (Barncancerfonden). By supporting cancer research more children can survive and fulfill their dreams, like for example reading all the books in the world. (Behind the scenes video if you scroll down)
Julia suffered from leukemia at age of two. Now the treatment is completed, and Julia is back with her friends at the kindergarten. When Julia was two years old she was diagnosed with leukemia. Her parents Adriana and Magnus and big brother, Gustav, had just moved to Alingsås, Sweden when life turned. There are no words to describe such a situation. But how inhumanely overwhelming things may seem, there is hope. Despite the difficult circumstances, she has been an incredible fighter. With your help increase the chance that their lives will be filled with many more wonderful experiences and memories!
The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to collecting money to prevent and combat cancer diseases in children. The Childhood Cancer Foundation operates exclusively on the basis of donations from individuals and the private sector, and receives no grants from the national government, the municipalities or the county councils. Everyone involved worked for free on this project. Find out more about The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation here: www.barncancerfonden.se
This photograph is available as a charity print where we donate 50% of the sale price to the Childhood Cancer Foundation. By buying this print you help support cancer research and help for children.
2014: 39 prints =
3 840 USD
2015-2016: 46 prints =
2 250 USD
You'll find the print here:
Stylist: Catherine Vaindorf
Stylist Assistant: Evelina Engström
Photo Assistant: Vincent Sjögren
Advertisment Agency: Ingo, Sweden