Photographer Josh Rossi transformed children living with diseases and disabilities into Justice League superheroes in order to “make their weaknesses become strengths,” he told ABC News.
“The idea was to showcase their inner strength in a way that would bring a smile to their faces as well as others struggling with similar issues,” Rossi wrote in his blog post explaining the project.
Sofie Loftus, 3, has a rare form of eye cancer called embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, but now she’s Wonder Woman. Rossi chose the superhero for her because she had just finished radiation therapy prior to her photo shoot, but still did her poses “with fierceness,” he wrote. “Sofie is a real fighter and fits perfectly as Wonder Woman!”
“From the start of Sofie’s treatment in January she has never complained once at all,” her father, Andrew Loftus, told ABC News. “It was amazing to see her …
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