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"Creativity is the power to connect the seemingly unconnected"

William Polmer, Author


Boxing portrait in 2007

Walk-a-thon after learning

how to walk again


When my "accidental business" started, I knew I would experience some bumps along the journey, but I had no idea I would have to channel the same determination and pig-headed stubbornness I had back when I was ill.


I was in combat sports since I was 8 years old. My dad, with his boxing background, he would train me in our backyard to show me self- defense. I continued an active lifestyle all through college training kick boxing, boxing, and weight lifting. 

In 2011, I unexpectedly became ill with a heart condition. I was bed ridden, loosing function of my left arm, and I couldn't do the simple every day stuff to take care of myself. I remember laying in bed flashing back to that once active woman flipping tractor tires for a workout, questioning if I would ever be "her" again. One day scrolling through facebook I saw a post, "When you hit rock bottom, remember God is your rock at the bottom". At that moment I told myself "this" was not gonna beat me. I will win.

Return to boxing in 2014

It was a long, tough, painful road but through medication, physical therapy, counseling, a disciplined meal plan and workout routine, and lots of prayer, I have surpassed my health and physical abilities from before I was sick . I began to train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, picked boxing back up, and was healthier than ever. I won.

While training at Main St. Boxing Gym, I see an amputee walk in, lace up his gloves, and limp to a punching bag, and began his work out. I ... WAS... STUNNED and inspired! I approached him and asked if I could do a quick photoshoot of his workout. That was the beginning of a lifetime friendship and my new I'm Possible Project.

In 2016 I launched the I'm Possible Project and Eric Morante, amputee boxer was my first project. During my rehab, I was trying to prove myself whatever seemed impossible would be possible with perseverance and now have a new found love to help others. I recognize in people that life beat them up, almost got knocked out, but they got back up, fought back swinging for the fences, and won. 

Sgt. Eric Morante, I'm Possible Project

I'm Possible Project photoshoot

with Eric Morante

My own I'm Possible Project photoshoot

My mission is to spread awareness, motivation, and most importantly hope through iRULL FOTOS. With my job, I am blessed to befriend so many athletes who've had life changing events that they had to over come. If you know anybody that would be a perfect fit for my next project, don't waste time to let me know! 


"Nothing is impossible. The world itself says I'm Possible."

Audrey Hepburn, actress & humanitarian 



Retired USMC Sgt, amputee boxer, disabled vet, the people's hero

Eric has inspired many after surviving a suicide bomb while in active duty. He has busted through boundaries to get to where he is at today. Competed in the National Amputee Boxing show and spreading awareness for disable vet benefits. Eric one day hopes to get boxing in the paralympics.

Follow his journey at:

  • Eric Morante - Amputee Athlete/Boxer
  • Eric Morante - Amputee Athlete/Boxer


Overcoming Guillian-Barre syndrome through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Like many others, James joined Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as a way to stay active and in shape. Soon after receiving his blue belt, he diagnosed with Guillian-Barre syndrome. There were days that were touch and go, on a breathing machine and his better days was just him wondering if he would ever get back on the mats. With physical therapy, he is currently back on the mats with his team.

Follow his journey at:

  • James Rudolph Facebook
  • James Rudolph Instagram


Breast Cancer Survivor to

50 and Fabulous

I met Nicole through former UFC champion, Yves Edwards. He told me her battle with cancer and showed me photos of her still working out even on days she didn't feel well. I flew to Columbus, Georgia to meet her. I instantly fell in love with her and her outlook on life. She is now a cancer advocate and trains other cancer patients and cancer survivors to get back to health.

Follow her journey at:

  • Nicole Adderley Facebook
  • Nicole Adderley Instagram


Breast Cancer Survivor to

World Champion

I train with Melissa at our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy and I am testament of her work ethic and dedication. As a BRCA1 mutation carrier, she has lost her breasts but has gained so much more gratitude for life. She is helping others grow into a healthier, stronger version of themselves at her own training facility M-Pow-R. 

Follow her journey at:

  • Melissa Lozano Facebook
  • Melissa Lozano Instagram
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