World Record Attempt

Not everyone has a smile. Let's make a difference,

As a photographer it is part of my job description to make people smile and make people feel better about themselves. Over the past 10 years I have taken thousands of photos and most of them were people with smiles.  

When I heard about The Smile Foundation I decided it is time to make a difference and be part of this amazing organisation. Let's give some kids the ability to smile with confidence. 

I will attempt to break the current world record for the longest line of photos.

The longest line of photographs is 1,530.2 m (5,020 ft 6 in), achieved by Martin Clairmont and Marc-André Paillé (Canada), in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada, on 18 November 2016.

Martin and Marc-André organised this attempt to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the town of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu by creating a line of photographs of almost all of the citizens of the town. In total, 15,588 photographs were displayed.

I will be aiming for 2km and 20,000 photos. 

But I need your help.  I decided to make everyone part of my record. It is easy to print 20,000 photos and hang them on a 2km "washing line", but if I have to source the photos from all of you ... That would be more fun. 

So ... this is what I need.  

1. SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO (with a smile).

Click on the following link : and upload your photo to my dropbox folder in order for me to print the photos on the day of the record attempt.

2. Make a small donation.

Please make a small (or big) donation in order to pay for the medical costs to give one or more kids the ability to smile again. All proceeds will be donated to the SMILE FOUNDATION. 

3. Please tell your friends.

Tweet, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Snapchat ... Go mad ... tell all your friends to be part of this amazing world record event.

The Smile Foundation



Details of the event (on the day of the record attempt) : Will be announced soon.