Bepa Studio hosts ‘Think Pink’ sale to Benefit American Cancer Society


SarahBedford, News Editor

Wilkes University Office Assistant in Communication Studies, Michele Geiser,  has incorporated a Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser into her business, Bepa Studio.

Bepa Studio, which specializes in fine art photography, is holding a “Think Pink” 20% off sale in all framed and unframed sales for the month of Oct. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.

According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States aside from skin cancer.

Geiser explained that she felt a connection to the cause.

“Cancer runs in my family. I don’t think there is anyone whose lives have not been touched by some type of cancer,” Geiser said.

Bepa Studio has been in operation for the past two years and since its infancy, has been a Wilkes University Zebra Communications client.

Bepa, which roughly translate to mean “faith,” showcases Geiser’s love of nature and strong faith as seen through her photography.

“I’ve always had art in my bones,” Geiser said.

Along with her own nature and unique art pieces, Geiser also is available for specific nature shoots by appointment.

Geiser will also be at the Arts at Hayfield at Penn State on Nov. 2.

Geiser is a member of the National Association of Distinguished Professionals, World Photography Organization, The AFA Gallery, Arts and Hearts International and a VIP member of the National Association of Professional Women.

Information on Bepa Studio can be found online,, on Facebook, and Google+. For inquiries, those interested can contact Geiser at (570) 814-0036 or via email, [email protected]