PocketWizard® Plus® III Turns Pink in Support of the Carey Foundation’s “Tutu Project” Helping to Raise Funds for Women Battling Breast Cancer

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Twenty limited edition PocketWizard Plus III Radio triggers, molded in “Tutu Pink” plastic and signed by photographer Bob Carey will be auctioned in support of the Carey Foundation

 

So. Burlington, VT – February 15, 2013 – LPA Design, manufacturers of PocketWizard Photo Products, the world leader in wireless control of cameras, flash lighting and light meters, announces today that it is co-sponsoring The Tutu Project NYC Gallery Event Benefiting The Carey Foundation to celebrate the Tutu Project’s first anniversary. The event will be held at The Lab NYC, 122 West 26th Street, New York City, on Friday, March 22nd and Saturday, March 23rd, 2013. The event includes a print exhibition, auctions, book signing and lecture by photographer Bob Carey.

The event will officially launch bidding for a limited edition of the popular PocketWizard Plus® III radio trigger made specifically for Bob Carey and the Tutu Project. These fully-functional Plus III radios feature “Tutu Pink” plastic and even have a pink backlight. Limited to only 20 radios, these will be signed and numbered by Bob Carey, and auctioned off to support the Carey Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

 

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PocketWizard will also be revealing a G-Wiz Squared bag in the same Tutu Pink color at this event. This special edition of the G-Wiz bag will be available for purchase in limited quantities via the PocketWizard website in April.  All net proceeds will benefit the Carey Foundation.

“It is such an honor and a privilege to support Bob Carey and his Tutu Project by offering these limited edition pink Plus III radio triggers for auction,” said Dave Schmidt, LPA Design’s VP of Marketing. “Bob’s selflessness and devotion to helping raise funds for women battling breast cancer is truly inspiring.”

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Bob Carey is a commercial photographer from Arizona with decades of photography experience. Carey’s wife Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer nine years ago. A self-portrait enthusiast who had previously transformed himself in several series of artistic images, Bob began photographing himself in a pink tutu following his wife’s breast cancer diagnosis. Linda shared these images with her fellow patients while they were receiving cancer treatment. Soon the Tutu Project was born, and all proceeds from the prints go to the non-profit Carey Foundation, which provides transportation, meals, and other daily needs to women undergoing breast cancer treatment. Images from the Tutu Project have been collected in the recently self-published book Ballerina.

 

Images and prints from the Tutu Project can be found at the Tutu Project site http://www.thetutuproject.com/.  His book Ballerina, other 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 film written and directed by Ron Egatz for PocketWizard, can be seen on Vimeo at http://vimeo.com/48094340 and YouTube at http://youtu.be/y91g67ctQKY.

 

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 or Ballerina, please contact Linda Carey at Linda@bobcarey.com; Phone: 917-502-9343

 

About PocketWizard

Incorporating the latest radio technology, PocketWizard radio triggers exceed the demands of the professional and serious amateur photographer with durability, ease of use, advanced capabilities and legendary reliability.  PocketWizard products, including the PLUS® III, PLUS® II, MultiMAX, MiniTT1® and FlexTT5® are made by LPA Design, based in South Burlington, Vermont and sold by distributors around the world including the MAC Group in the USA.