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Todd Krampitz (May 23, 1972 – April 20, 2005) was a photographer who owned TK Images, a digital photography company.
A photographer is a person who makes photographs.
Digital photography uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors to capture images focused by a lens, as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. The captured images are digitized and stored as a computer file ready for further digital processing, viewing, electronic publishing, or digital printing.
Growing up in Southeast Houston, he attended Moore Elementary School, Thompson Intermediate School and J. Frank Dobie High School. Todd was married to Julie Krampitz. On August 12, 2004, he underwent a successful liver transplant at the Methodist Hospital in Houston. His family used a unique approach in trying to obtain a donor. They leased two billboards on busy thoroughfares in Houston that read "I Need A Liver. Please Help Save My Life." A website identified on the billboard then provided details of his situation. The space was donated by Clear Chanel Outdoor.
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Krampitz died peacefully on April 20, 2005. The exact cause of death is not yet clear. The Krampitz family now sponsors The Todd Krampitz Foundation , which raises money and awareness for organ and tissue donations.
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