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Nick Saglimbeni Introduces a New Generation of Heroes with SlickforceGirl.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 2012 --( Internationally recognized photographer Nick Saglimbeni launches his heavily-veiled SlickforceGirl project this week. Nearly two years in the making, SlickforceGirl combines Saglimbeni's brand of glossy, colorful photography with dazzling comic-book-inspired visual effects to introduce a new generation of empowered female heroes fighting to help those in need. To assemble the heroic team, Saglimbeni cast a diverse group of models and actresses from around the globe.

"I wanted to showcase a different kind of female hero, and have many ethnicities and backgrounds represented. These ladies may be beautiful, but they use their intelligence and intuition to solve problems, and they are constantly drawing courage from inside," said Saglimbeni on his blog.

In step with projects Saglimbeni has created in the past, he is donating a portion of proceeds from the sale of SlickforceGirl artwork to selected women's charities. This year, he's chosen Breast Cancer Charities of America's iGoPink campaign, a cause whose aim is to educate the public about non-traditional breast cancer prevention and treatment options.

"Having worked with so many wonderful women both in front of and behind my camera, I felt that this was a creative way to give back, while drawing attention to worthy causes that help women," said Saglimbeni. "I've photographed several campaigns for BCCA, and I really like their approach to dealing with such a sensitive yet important issue."

Erica Tullis, Executive Director for iGoPink, stated, "Nick has the ability to bring raw emotion to his artwork, and we are thrilled that he has chosen to shine a light on the fight against breast cancer through his SlickforceGirl project."

Saglimbeni released the first images this week—including fine art poster prints, stickers, and iPhone cases—and he stated on his blog that new limited edition collector's artwork will be released over the coming weeks and months. To learn more, visit

About Nick Saglimbeni

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Nick Saglimbeni moved to Los Angeles to pursue cinematography. He opened SlickforceStudio in 2004, and quickly became known for his striking portraits of women. He is also the longtime photographer to the Kardashian family. In 2011, Saglimbeni launched the world's first 3D commercial publication, WMB 3D: World's Most Beautiful, which featured friend Kim Kardashian on the premiere issue cover. No stranger to art-for-a-good-cause, Saglimbeni regularly creates eye-catching campaigns for BCCA, PETA, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, and The Epilepsy Foundation. Follow Saglimbeni's latest work on his blog at

About BCCA

The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) is a non-profit organization with new global headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas. With over 25 years of experience in the non-profit industry, BCCA is dedicated to helping thousands of women through our Help Now Fund and by funding non-invasive breast cancer research. You can learn more about the program services of BCCA by visiting:

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