Alan and Cynthia Craft for the Houston Chronicle

I met and photographed the Crafts in early September for a story for the Houston Chronicle on their philanthropy. They've decided to leave a total of $20 million to two Houston based organizations: The Houston Food Bank and The Institute for Spirituality and Health - Texas Medical Center. Read more about it here. These very nice people even let me leave the double front doors of their well air conditioned home wide open for the sake of good light. Shout out to the Crafts!

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