You may not know Eric and Jenna Beach, but chances are you've seen one of their emotional videos detailing Treyden Kurtzweil's heroic battle with cancer.
Sadly, Treyden passed away last week but his memory lives on through candid photos and uplifting videos created by the couple.
"Treyden was such a huge light . He brought a community together,” they said.
Neither Eric or Jenna went to school for photography or video production, still, they've been inspired to make it their full time business.
“At the time we were pregnant with our first child . I thought it'd be nice to take halfway decent pictures of her -- and that was my goal. To take halfway decent pictures."
Their daughter, Ella was born healthy, but both say having their own child helps them relate to the families whose children are diagnosed with terminal illnesses.
The Marshfield couple has established a non-profit, “Cue the Light”, but they're in need of funds. The Beachs donate their time and services to help creating lasting memories for families dealing with tough times. They hope through their non-profit they'll be able to continue doing that in the future.
The Beachs are hoping to raise $4,000 for their non-profit, to help click here to view the blog.
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