10% of the sale price of each Pink Plus III Bonus Bundle 3 sold to be donated to the TuTu Project™ of the Carey Foundation.

So. Burlington, VT – December 20, 2016 – LPA Design, 1174TuTuProjectimageBoardwalk_BobCarey225pxwide.jpgmanufacturers of PocketWizard Photo Products, the world leader in wireless control of cameras, flash lighting and light meters, announces today that it will donate 10% of the sale price of each Pink Plus III Bonus Bundle 3 sold to The TuTu Project™ of the Carey Foundation, founded by Bob and Linda Carey.  The mission of The TuTu Project is to raise funds for women, men and their families to ease the financial burdens that come with breast cancer diagnosis.

1174TuTupinkPlusIIIimageRGB200pxwide.jpg “We are honored to work with Bob and Linda in their efforts to provide grants to select non-profit organizations which provide services to women and men undergoing breast cancer treatment.  Since Bob is an active user of the Plus III, it only made sense to make it in pink and bundle it with a pink bag.  It certainly stands out in a crowd of primarily black photo gear”, states Karen Marshall, CEO of LPA Design.  The pink Plus III Bonus Bundle includes two limited-edition Pink Plus III Transceivers and a pink G-Wiz Squared bag.  The retail price for the Pink Plus III Bonus Bundle 3 is currently $275.00 with 10% of every bundle sold going directly to the Carey Foundation.  The Pink Plus III Bonus Bundle 3 is currently available at: shop.pockewizard.com/pinkPlusIII and at photo retailers such as Focus and Adorama.

1174Pinks_in_action1250pxwide.jpg“A self-portrait enthusiast who had previously transformed himself in several series of artistic images, Bob started the TuTu project on their trip east when they moved to Brooklyn, NY.  Initially it was a means of self-therapy to deal with the changes the move brought into his life. After surgery and starting chemo, we found that it was a great way to ease the stress and add levity to the craziness that had become our life”, states Linda.  Thus the Tutu Project was born, with all proceeds from the prints and other products (t-shirts, postcards) going to the non-profit Carey Foundation. This allowed them to self-publish a book titled “Ballerina” which included many of Bob’s self-portraits and has since sold out.

Images and prints from the Tutu Project can be found at the Tutu Project site http://www.thetutuproject.com/.

Tutu Project gear and donation information can be found here: http://www.thetutuproject.com/support-the-tutu-project/.

Bob Carey's photography can be seen at his site http://bobcarey.com/.

In addition, a short video about Bob’s adventure while on a self-portrait shoot can be found here: https://youtu.be/rJ6mfJDw3n8

Carey uses PocketWizard Plus III (http://plusiii.pocketwizard.com/) radios to execute his self-portraits taken on location around the United States.

If you have any questions regarding the Tutu Project, please contact Linda Carey at Linda@bobcarey.com; Phone: 917-502-9343