This picture is like therapy for me.
— Cheryl (Annika's mom)

"You've made a difference for us!  I can't even tell you how many times I've looked at this photo today.  It is absolute perfection.  It makes me so happy.  This picture is like therapy for me.  It makes everything feel right in the world when I look at it.  As Annika grows up I know that she will treasure this"

You are Amazing Jonathan Diaz! I wish I could express to you how much our picture means to us. It is truly priceless!
— Jennifer (Ethan's Mother)
That weekend Eli was on top of the world.
— Jill (Eli's mom)

"Eli still talks about it, "it was the best day ever!"  That weekend Eli was on top of the world.  The project brought out so much confidence in him.  It was so cool for him, just hanging with the pros.  The “Anything can be project” was so great to Eli, and so generous.  It always makes a parent smile to see your child having the time of his life and being part of a dream that they have.  I love that Jon has created a lasting picture to capture all of its greatness.  Thank you Anything can be."

This image means so much to us, they tell you a picture is worth a 1,000 words, and well this one is worth a million to us.
— Sarah (Carson's Mom)
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"This image isn’t just a picture, it was about taking my son on a journey. The day his dream was brought to life is one for the memory book. It is one we will tell him many times as he grows older. It is one I hope to tell his children one day. It was not just a dream come true for Carson, but our whole family who was able to enjoy the day with him. We spent the day on Stembridge Ranch in Peoa, Utah. With Carson receiving a special gift, a belt buckle, ridding a dummy bull, riding a horse, riding a horse with our an adult, and ending the day enjoying a meal with the many who made the day possible. The image to his us as his parents is something we could never give him, it is something we could have only “wished” or “dreamed” of.  But to see this picture, come to life, after his battling for his life for nearly 3 years was incredible. This image means so much to us, they tell you a picture is worth a 1,000 words, and well this one is worth a million to us. The emotions we feel when we look at such an astounding picture are overwhelming. We are overcome with, love, happiness, and appreciation." 

This project means a lot to us, not only because of how it has lifted Braelyn’s spirits, but because of how it is bringing much needed awareness to this awful disease.
— Kristin (Braelyn's Mom)

"We are thrilled to be a part of this project. It was so special and fun to see Braelyn transformed into the superhero we already know she is inside. Even now, months after her photo shoot, she still talks about how she is Superhero Braelyn. This project means a lot to us, not only because of how it has lifted Braelyn's spirits, but because of how it is bringing much needed awareness to this awful disease. Awareness leads to funding, which means research, which leads to a cure. A cure is something these kids need and deserve. They deserve to grow up and live their dreams!"

Cami felt like a celebrity as she was transformed from a sick little girl into a lovely little fairy! It was truly magical!
— Chelsea (Cami's Mom)

“Having Cami involved in this project was such a joy for our family. It really was a form of healing for all of us, in more ways than one.  Jon gave Cami the gift of a dream. It filled her head in place of the scary cancer monsters, or the pain, or the worry of what is to come. She always smiled from ear to ear when we talked about her photo shoot and wondered what her fairy dress would look like. The day of the shoot was wonderfully hectic, tiring and a welcome break from our isolated medical world.  Cami felt like a celebrity as she was transformed from a sick little girl into a lovely little fairy! It was truly magical! The images Jon created from that special day are just breathtaking! They will forever remind Cami to dream big and that she can accomplish anything she puts her mind to. Childhood cancer is no easy thing. It can be dark and scary, but Jon has eased a bit of our burden. He has given us a beautiful distraction, a memory and a dream to smile about and to always remember!”