Renowned Photographer Filming New Project in Phoenix While Supporting Non-Profit Dedicated to Capturing Newborns Who Will Not Leave the Hospital
Phoenix, AZ, February 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sandy Puc' will be traveling to Phoenix this month to collect video stories about families while creating impressive Legacy portraits.
The portrait sessions/video interviews will be part of a larger project, a film documentary called The Other Side of the Lens. The film will define family for each particular unit, expressing the joys and challenges faced today.
The project will occur in conjunction with Sandy teaching an educational program to support her Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep (NILMDTS) charity. The Legacy sessions will help fund the much-needed NILDMTS training for volunteer photographers. Sandy is a co-founding member of Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (NILMDTS), a non-profit organization that provides portraiture services to families whose babies will never leave the hospital. (www.nowilaymedowntosleep.com)
There is limited availability for families interested in Legacy portraits and participating in the film project. If you will be in Phoenix, or know a family interested in having Sandy create a personalized once-in-a-lifetime session, please forward this information to them.
Puć is a nationally acclaimed photographer and businesswoman who shares her wisdom and techniques with photographers at all stages of their careers by traveling and lecturing nationally and internationally at seminars and schools. A frequent contributor to professional journals, she is a published author on photographing children and studio marketing. She also produces instructional multimedia DVDs about the photography business.
With over 14,000 members in 42 Countries, NILMDTS.org is a non-profit that provides bereavement photography to parents whose babies will not leave the hospital. Founder Sandy Puc' will be donating her time to provide this class. Thank you for helping Sandy continue to support families that suffer the loss of a child.
For further information, contact Christopher Andrini at 303-730-8638 or visit Puc's website at www.SandyPucTours.com to reserve your session.