Brad has been battling cancer for 9 long years.
“He has fought his cancer with every fibre of his being with the most amazing medical team around him, finding solutions when there simply weren’t meant to be any further chances or options,” said his wife Debra.
Brad’s dream was to go to Uluru to capture its beauty on film. “Just knowing that he had a dream to look forward to lifted his sprits incredibly. Cancer has stripped him of so much, including his self-worth.”
“It was the best shot in the arm for him - no amount of medicine could put that amount of life in him,” she added.
“The trip was far beyond anything we could have hoped for. The change was incredible – his eyes changed and he now had the light back in them. I had my husband back. We were again just a couple traveling and enjoying the beauty of Uluru.”
“Since we have come back Brad has been unwell, but we talk about his Dream and I watch his eyes light up.”
“Dreams2Live4 have given us memories to hold and relive together for as long as God will allow. Then it will be a precious memory I will hold onto and relive through the amazing photos and videos that Brad has captured.”
“For the past three years our life caught on film has been in The Wesley Hospital. How amazing to be able to have our holiday in Uluru as our lasting memory.”
“I don’t have words for the amount of gratitude we have. Thank you so very much,” concluded Debra.