New Photographer embarks on her '10 weeks, 10 moments' venture

My name is Sherry, I am creating a project called '10 weeks, 10 moments'. I am newly venturing into photography & I am on the lookout for people who need help/in need of a boost. I will be giving up my Sundays for the next TEN WEEKS to create special memories and moments for those that are in need. So if you know someone, please put them forward by emailing sherryjoycephotography@gmail.com This could be from filming something special, taking pictures whereby otherwise they wouldn't be taken or simply being at an event to capture it throughout the day! They will receive all their pictures, no hidden charges or terms. I am simply looking to build my own photography/portfolio and give back! Starting Sunday 29th October to Sunday 31st December. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kind Regards
Sherry Joyce
Photographer
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