March 2, 2024
Annapolis, US 52 F

Local Photographer Aids Tiniest, Most Vulnerable Patient At AAMC

01Linda McCarthy is seeking baby models ages 0 -5 years for the annual Little Angels Calendar to benefit AAMC NICU AND MOTHER/BABY UNIT.   Full of sweet faces and tender moments, this irresistible collection of “Little Angels” will tug at your heartstrings.  The calendar will also feature the inspirational stories of 12 children who benefited from AAMC NICU.

Registration is well underway for the “Little Angels” sessions.  She is  accepting ages up to 5 years old.  No experience necessary, only lots of smiles and giggles!

Sessions will be held on March 6, 8, 13, and 15 at her farmhouse/studio in Davidsonville, MD.  Please call Visual Concepts at 410-626-7474 to schedule your session or e-mail Linda at [email protected] for more information.    All images from the “Little Angels” session will be considered for the “Little Angels” calendar.  Your $100 tax-deductible donation in lieu of a session fee will be donated to AAMC NICU.

A variety of portrait collections will also be available for purchase including limited edition posters, brag books, accordion albums and and custom designed greeting cards.

Linda has owned and operated Visual Concepts for 20 years and is best known for her family/children portraiture.  In addition to her Once Upon A Baby Program (a baby’s first year in portraits), Linda photographs angel babies to be considered for the Little Angel Calendar.  Linda’s work has graced the cover of magazines and was featured in OK Magazine, as well as the Today Show and her angel images have graced the walls of local clients as well as Anne Arundel Medical Center.

Linda chose AAMC NICU because she felt it was important to give back to her community and what better way than to give to our very own NICU which provides state-of-the art care to the tiniest, most vulnerable patient at AAMC.  To date, Visual Concepts has raised over $90,000 for AAMC NICU.

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