I had the pleasure of dedicating my time to a very special event, “Team J.A.Z Date Auction For a Cure: Bidding Cancer Goodbye”.  Jasmine Graham hosted the date auction in order to raise $60,000 in just ten weeks for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).  Jasmine is also a nominee for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Women of the Year award!

I really like the idea of the fundraiser because it supports such an amazing cause.  The energy was up all night, filled with great music and great company, including people who dedicated their time in order to auction themselves in support of LLS.

To hear more about Team JAZ and how you can support Jasmine with making a difference in the lives of thousands affected by blood cancer, definitely check out her website: http://team-jaz.com/

Here are some photos from the Date Auction, enjoy!

 

  • Tach - As always R-O-B your pics are FANTASTICO!!!!!!!!
    The event looked like a blast. Great job on the event and the photography.ReplyCancel

  • Pita - These pictures are beyond amazing Rob. You were able to capture the excitement of our event. Thanks again for being so professional and thorough.ReplyCancel

  • Dos - Sick pics!!! Awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Alesea Mordan - Great photos Rob! Looks like everyone had a really good time and for such a good cause. Go team Jaz!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca - FANTASTIC PHOTOS!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Amy - The pictures are great! You captured some great moments, really makes me wish I was there.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah - These pictures are amazing! You’re awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Amazing! I still can’t believe this was our event! THANK YOU Rob for donating your time and services to capturing this momentous night for us!ReplyCancel

  • Gabi - Rob- I had no clue! Your photos are beautiful and really captured the wonderful evening that it was.
    Love it!ReplyCancel

  • jaz - Love these awesome pix!! You captured everyone in the best light ever. Thank You!!!ReplyCancel

  • jaz - These pix are just amazing.ReplyCancel

These 3 people have been a huge part of my life.  Arlene is my sister-in-law, the perfect fit for my brother and not only has she been a great person to me since I was in Jr. High School in Chelsea, she’s a huge supporter for my career.  Dan (my awesome big brother that got me into reggae and KRS-1 before I could read) prepared me for a lot of life lessons when I was younger.  During a time long ago, he tricked me into getting my first job by telling me he was going to buy me new clothes, but he ended up taking me to a fast food restaurant and forced me to fill out a job application.  Two life lessons here…  1st, it’s important to get a job early to get work experience, to be more responsible, and to stop asking my dad for money – blah, blah, blah…:)  2nd, Nothing in life is what it seems…  Whether it was done directly or by trickery, Dan taught me lots of lessons during my childhood and I’ll always be thankful for that.  Lucas is important because I just love him so darn much!  He’s full of energy and laughter.  He seems to be working really hard on his “pleases” and “thank yous” too.  I can’t wait to spend more time with this little guy!