Come Help Stuff the Truck!
I am excited to be part of the Stuff The Truck, once again!
Ready to Stuff the Truck with toys and canned goods to donate to the Friends of Kids with Cancer and the St. Louis Food Bank? Come join me on December 9th 10am-2pm. Hosted by Mosby Building Arts and their division's Exteriors by Mosby and Right Bath by Mosby.
When you help Stuff The Truck, you get to come in and have your photo taken with Santa! for FREE! David B. Cluff will be your photographer and a digital copy will be emailed to you. This is a great event for families and friends.
While you are here you can enjoy some fun prizes and yummy food from The Sweet Divine and New York Tom's Food Truck!
See you there!
David B. Cluff
My name is David, and I am highly motivated and passionate about the deaf and writing about my life experiences. I love the opportunity to help individuals through my hearing loss experience and as a cochlear implant recipient as I write down my experiences and thoughts. I was born hearing, and around age three I began to go deaf. At age six I lost the rest of my hearing overnight due to the CMV (cytomegalovirus) virus that I was born with. Six months later I was fitted with my first cochlear implant. Today I am happily married and have two little boys who keep me laughing.
Photography is how I capture and share my perspective of the world around me. Life is full of challenges and ups and downs, but life also presents blessings along the way. Not only do I love telling my story but I have a passion for helping tell your story through photography.
I hope that you will find my website to be a tool and an inspiration to you. I have been able to speak at many events and special occasions where I share real life experiences in hopes to help others find the strength to cope with challenges they face.
Welcome to my story.
New! Life In Between with David B. Cluff
As a St. Louis Photographer and author of the Silent Moments, My Story blog, I enjoy doing collaborations for various organizations. I am highly motivated and passionate about the deaf and look for opportunities to help individuals find strength and help groups grow.
Recent collaborations include:
Deaf Kids Code - Helped promote a free tech fair for the public to learn about their cause. Read the blog post here.
Olive Devices: Wrote an article for their blog and got to learn more about their product. Read the post here.
If you are interested in doing a collaboration, please use the message below.