Hoboken, NJ, April 08, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Madeline and Cameron Hartshorn (14 and 13 years old) have been conducting this fundraiser since 2013 to raise critical funds and awareness for the LHS. Their pet portrait package includes a 20 minute studio photo session and a custom 8” x 10 print chosen from the shoot by Madeline and Cameron. Sessions take place at the Hartshorn Studio at the Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe Street, Suite 418E, Hoboken. Photo shoots may be scheduled on weekends in April between 11 am and 4 pm by calling 201.610.1199.
Dave Ramirez, Development Manager at Liberty Humane Society stated, “We are so fortunate to be supported by such enthusiastic and dedicated animal lovers, especially younger allies like the Hartshorns. Not only do the girls do a tremendous job of raising much-needed funds, but they get to exercise their creativity and passion for helping homeless animals. Plus, the pet photos are amazing!”
Madeline and Cameron Hartshorn are budding photographers whose father, portrait photographer Mac Hartshorn and mom, Jennifer Hartshorn are the co-owners of the Hartshorn Portraiture. For more about the girls’ project and the studio, please visit our website www.hartshornportraiture.com
Liberty Humane Society is the only non-profit animal shelter in Hudson County. LHS offers animal sheltering services and animal control/rescue to Jersey City and Hoboken. In 2015, LHS served more than 3,100 animals through adoptions, medical care, low cost wellness clinics and rescue partnerships.