I am a Norwich Charity photographer who has undertaken some work for the charity Beat. Beat is the UK’s leading eating disorder charity. They support anyone affected by eating disorders or difficulties with food, weight and shape. Furthermore, it the only national charity headquarters in Norwich, Norfolk.
Beat’s vision is that eating disorders are beaten. Consequently the charity provides a lifeline of support through their helplines, support groups and online presence.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation funds the Beat website. A good website needs excellent images and also needs new images. The charity wanted some new images for their website and in addition, for printed publications. They therefore contacted me to undertake a photo shoot on their behalf.
Twelve Beat supporters and staff took part as models on the day of the photo shoot. Hence we were able to create a variety of shots in different settings.
I would like to thank all of the participants for their help and co-operation.
Beat Charity Gallery
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To find more about Beat and the services they provide click on this link to beat. On their website you will also see more images from the photo shoot.
If you are a Norfolk charity and have some commercial or event photography needs please let me know your requirements.
I get many requests from charities asking for donations, gifts and free photography without any supporting information. Unfortunately I cannot support them all. Therefore to provide support I need to know more about the strategic aims and objectives of your organisation, a copy of your organisations accounts and full details about your request.
For good causes that I do support I will quote a good price. Furthermore if your charity can provide my business with some excellent publicity I am always willing to consider providing you with a better quote or in some cases a free service.
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