Former Bronco DeMarcus Ware Helps Aspiring Teenage Sports Photographer Make His Dreams Real

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Former Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware, who was on the 2015 Denver Super Bowl team, helps a young photographer reach his goals.

Isaac Edwards, 13, a resident of Dallas, where Ware spent the first part of his term in the NFL, dreams of becoming a sports photographer when he’s older.

“When I grow up I want to be a professional photographer,” Edwards said. “It’s my dream. I can’t explain it. It’s just my dream.”

To help encourage Edwards’ dreams of someday filming in the NFL, Ware, along with Stand Together, provided Edwards with a week-long photography training course, a brand new camera, and a surprise opportunity to photograph Ware. in person.

“Edwards received a photography bootcamp and a one-on-one photoshoot with Ware,” wrote Alexa Imani Spencer of Black Enterprise. “The opportunity was sponsored by Stand Together, a philanthropic community of organizations seeking to break down societal barriers.”

Ware’s surprise appearance was the icing on the cake for Edwards, who got the opportunity to photograph Ware during a training session. Ware was impressed with Edwards’ photography and more than happy to give him the opportunity to make his dreams come true.

“The reason you’re here is because we believe in you,” Ware told Edwards. “We believe in what you want to do and don’t let anyone else tell you what you can’t do.”

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