Kat Stiennon of Madison is using her passion and creativity as a professional ballet photographer to raise money for the American Red Cross during the pandemic. She calls it The Covid Ballet Project.
"As a creative, I take inspiration from all different sources. My biggest inspiration has been the medical front line," said Stiennon.
The project has only been in action for a little over a week. Stiennon has already had a handful of shoots, and has raised over $200 for the American Red Cross.
"All of the mom and dancers have been so happy. I hear from the moms, they are anticipating this as soon as they get booked they are planning their outfits and getting their shoes ready," said Stiennon.
The project has had ballerinas as young as two years old, up to teenagers. It's a good deed, that brings creativity and some normalcy back for the better.
"It feels good to be out and shooting a project that helps the Red Cross," said Stiennon. "It feels really good to be doing what I excel at."
For more information on The Covid Ballet Project, click here.