Chicago Marathon: This weekend I photographed the Chicago Marathon for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago’s Team to End AIDS (T2). It was a fun experience finding just over 130 runners in a sea of 45,000. At first I thought it was going to be a difficult task, but thanks to the unique design of their jersey, it wasn’t that hard after all.
This images will be used in advertising campaigns so the organization can solicit even more donations.
The mission of T2 is to improve the lives of those who are affected by HIV/AIDS by raising funds to support the programs of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. Click here to make a donation.
Along with capturing great light and the athletes I wanted the images to have some Chicago landmarks as well.
I love this area below which I found on Franklin Street, where sunlight was reflecting off of two buildings and hitting the runners from opposite angles. You can guarantee I’ll be there again next year!