By Suzanne Kreiter, Boston, September 13
This was the Jimmy Fund Walk at Dana-Farber. This year was a little unusual, because they brought out about six or seven kids to watch the walk below them. They brought me up to the walkway, and as soon as the kids came in I realized it was going to be a really successful shoot. Just from a purely physical point of view, I saw that all the angles were going to line up beautifully. The shadows and the light were falling exactly where they needed to so that in the same image I could get the people who were marching for this little girl and the little girl. I knew that one image would be able to tell the whole story, which is always in some way the ideal. It successfully told the story of the kids who really need the help of the Jimmy Fund.
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