I was lucky enough to be selected to represent the United States in the first photo seen in this blog post. When I arrived on set on a wintery day in Vancouver, I didn’t know what to expect, except for the fact that this would be the most professional photo-shoot that my advocacy career has ever embarked on! Haha. Meeting Anne was splendid, and her vision was even more impeccable. She showed me this statue of Helen of Troy that she found and wanted me to embody her. I was flattered, and couldn’t be more excited. The photo came out beautiful and Anne was able to create a wonderful Gallery in D.C. to show them all. There was an art gallery holding all of her portraits, and I was able to meet fellow survivor Kate from Canada. She’s almost done with high school and plans to go to college. It was really great to meet another photographed survivor. Not only is she beautiful but also she has a lot of charisma (Her photo is the second one, purple). Kate and I both spoke at the event, and Anne stepped up to the plate to knock the ball out of the park. Her theme throughout the campaign is Protect, Nurture, and Love. These words don’t shy away from the photos and what they portray. I am adding a link to Anne’s 网站 where you will be able to see all of the other photographs. http://www.annegeddes.com/protecting-our-tomorrows-1/paired with life long complications, like myself, a new amputee. In Anne’s project, she photographed 15 survivors from all over the world, with a global initiative aimed at raising awareness and the importance of it’s prevention through vaccination.