As a photographer, it’s my job to capture moments, to freeze time, to help you celebrate. Behind the camera I’m not only documenting your story, but cheering you on and rooting for you to succeed! It is my privilege as your photographer to capture your moments of joy: big and small. Those moments of joy are still happening in homes right now. I know it. But I can’t be there to capture them. Starting today I, along with my friend and fellow photographer Megan Evans Photography, am offering to take five minute “Front Steps Portraits” for local residents.
After your quick session, I will email you the digital file of your portrait. In exchange, I am asking you to make a good faith donation (suggested minimum $25) that will benefit the Anne Arundel County Food Bank or my personal nonprofit organization, Happy Totes.
I will be posting these images on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #thefrontstepsproject. This amazing project was started by Needham, Mass, photographer Cara Soulia who had the vision and the drive to start a movement. Thank you you Cara!
Please share these posts. Let’s spread the word! The purpose of this project is to bring us together when we might feel isolated. I aim to highlight the faces of our community during a time when we might not see them in passing at the grocery store, coffee shop, on the train or at the gym. Participating in this project is also an opportunity to step up to help those who need it most right now in Anne Arundel County.
I will be taking images outside ONLY and from at least 10 feet away. Our session will be brief, likely just 5 minutes. This is not a typical get-dressed-up-and-pose-for-the-photographer session. You are welcome to come as you are. Include your pets! I want to see bed head, pajamas, baseball hats, mismatched outfits, etc. I want to capture your family in THIS MOMENT in history. Be you.
Click HERE to and sign up for your Front Steps Portrait! Please share!!