Hail the Villain frontman Bryan Crouch's engaging stage presence is in no short supply of theatrics, and when photographer Karen Van Hoff saw the band perform at this summer's Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Tour, that's exactly what she picked up on in her shots.
Van Hoff even chose her one-of-a-kind print of Crouch (pictured left) to go up for auction in support of The James Fund for Neuroblastoma Research at SickKids.
The photograph is printed on Kodak Endura E-Surface paper in matte finish with lustre coating, an eco-friendly formula that enhances images and protects against fingerprints and UV rays. Go RIGHT HERE to bid on it now!
According to the National Cancer Institute, the overall 5-year survival rate for children with Neuroblastoma, one of the deadliest childhood cancers, has improved by 31% since 1960, making for a 55% survival rate.
The James Fund is the largest umbrella organization for Neuroblastoma families in Canada, and their reach extends into the US and around the globe. Their research has taken the top two prizes for Neuroblastoma in the world, and they are responsible for much of Canada’s most promising work in the field. For more details about the fund, please visit www.jamesfund.com and to bid on the live photo of Hail the Villain to directly benefit the charity, go HERE.