The LifeAfter Project is a pathway to awareness.
Created by world-renowned Rock and Celebrity Photographer, Michael Strider, partnering with Supermodel Julie Anderson and entrepreneur Brian Whitfield. The trio has a goal fueled by a passion, that passion is to shatter the stigma and spread awareness to three taboo topics that underscore society today: Suicide, Substance Abuse, and Domestic Violence.
The term LifeAfter was born from the idea there is life after any problem someone may have, no matter how severe they feel it may be. We believe that no matter the problem, things can and will get better. With your help, together we can ensure that those in need see that light.
Proceeds from the LifeAfter Project will fund organizations that have a positive impact on suicide prevention, drug addiction, and domestic abuse.
Part of our project will be encapsulated in a collectible, unique coffee table book: “LifeAfter – Visions of Hope.”
“LifeAfter – Visions of Hope” is an artistic, photographic presentation of celebrities, artists, and others with social influence who are advocates of the prevention of suicide and substance abuse. Each participant will include their story of why they are an advocate along with photos that you can only get with the book.
Proceeds from the book will help others who are struggling with the darkness of suicidal thoughts or suffering from the constant pressure of substance abuse.
Proceeds from this book will benefit the Hope Squad – a school-based suicide prevention program that empowers kids across the country and educates them on suicide prevention.
Proceeds from this book will also benefit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – a 24/7 organization that counsels people who are struggling with thoughts of suicide.
When completed, your purchase of this book will help someone see the real beauty of life and the value of living it to the fullest.
The production of the book will take approximately one year. Behind the scenes pictures, as well as select photos from the book will be posted on this site and our social media outlets. We encourage you to jump on board, become an advocate and follow along on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the ride.
If you or someone you know is in need of help please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline @ 1-800-273-8255