Award Winning Photographer CJ Cansler Has Died today in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV (November 21, 2006): Las Vegas mourns the loss of a great man. Award winning photographer CJ Cansler has died today at Mt. View Hospital. He leaves behind a lovely wife and beautiful daughter that may never get over the loss of such a great man. CJ has been providing media outlets with the best pictures of fights, concerts, special events, concerts and more for over 10 years. He worked directly with the Las Vegas Tribune, the Los Angeles Sentinel, Xclusive Magazine, Urban Avenue Magazine, Urban Culture Magazine, The Humor Mill,,, and many more..

CJ Cansler has worked with Pete Allman for a number of years and with Vanessa McConnell for the past 4 years to provide readers and media outlets with the best stories and photos in the world. Magazine, newspapers and online groups have requested CJ’s photo’s to bring their readers a real appeal to what they were reading. He has photographed celebrities like Dennis Rodman, Petey Pablo, Snoop Dogg, Destiny Child and George Wallace just to name a few. He has covered every boxing event in Las Vegas for years including the UFC, K1 Fighting, Arena Bowl XX, Tito Jackson’s most embarrassing moment when Katherine Jackson took to the stage and ordered him off and hundreds of other historical events.

No words can explain this great loss, but every one of his memorable shots is worth a million words and meanings. “CJ was spiritual man, a humble individual who cared for people. His love for his family, life and experiences in his life allowed his God given talent to be respected as one of the nations top photographers,” said Pete Allman. “CJ brought out the magic in everyone he photographed.” Together CJ and Pete own Celebrity Scene News and have traveled all over the world bringing the action home to Las Vegas.

His family is making funeral arrangements and has not releases all the details behind his death at this time. If you plan to attend the funeral that will likely be held this weekend, please contact Vanessa McConnell at (702) 348-3790 or Pete Allman at (702) 265-9099. All condolences will be forwarded to his family, as they would like to thank everyone who sent cards, flowers and prayer during their time of need.

Article posted on 22.11.2006

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