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Thomas Sanders
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My photography and video website: tomsandersphoto.com
My photography and video website: tomsandersphoto.com

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Here is another one of my baby boomer portraits of the musician Jackson Browne that I added to my portfolio on my film/photography company https://buff.ly/2up61vk
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As the population begins to age further and more baby boomers begin to retire, I have begun to add baby boomers to my portfolio. Pictured here is Linda Arbuthnot, an artist and free spirt!
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Here is a behind the scenes photo of me directing a resort commercial for Kisco Senior Living last week in Palm Beach Gardens, FL!
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I am filming and shooting stills in South Florida this week for Kisco Senior Living. The weather is much different than my usual Northern California home weather. And the tropical humidity makes me want to drink cocktails!
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I was recently interviewed by Senior Living Smart on my expertise as a photographer and filmmaker in the senior living industry. Please checkout the article below!
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A behind the scenes photo from a film I was making in Albany, CA last week on Belmont Village Senior Living employees and the positive impact it has on the residents.
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One of my centenarian portraits is currently on the front cover of CALA Magazine!
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One of my centenarian portraits is currently on the front cover of CALA Magazine!
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I’m filming in San Jose, CA this week for Belmont Village telling the stories of frontline employees!
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I had a very quick day trip down to Los Angeles last week to photograph this WW2 veteran who worked for the CIA. I was supposed to photograph him a few years ago but he did not have security clearance. Art Cohen interrogated Nazis stateside after the war. "I was on my last few practice ‘chute jumps when our bomb ended the war. I served until 1946, translating German for a P.O.W. Camp commander." He went on to become a very important member of the CIA.
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