Jane Goodrich has a simple question: “Can I actually make one kid’s year just by taking a picture?”
Turns out she can – and you can help too, by supporting her work and sick children who need us.
Jane loves photographing children so much, she’s made a career of it. She specializes in portraiture of newborns and children. And as an identical twin herself, she particularly enjoys making images of twins. (Turns out parents of twins are often reluctant to have a photo session, fearing it’ll be twice as crazy as regular studio appointments; Jane makes house calls to help simplify things for families.)
Lately, though, she’s engaged in a project that has become almost as dear to her heart as her DNA-matching sister.
Jane had known for years that her grandmother (and namesake) died of lymphoma in the 1950s. (It’s a type of blood cancer.) In the late 1990s, the daughter of a