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Photographer supporting NHS offers 'Front Gate Portraits'

Ian Hughes 22nd May, 2020 Updated: 22nd May, 2020

A PHOTOGRAPHER who snapped people on their doorstep during lockdown raised £1,800 in support of the NHS.

Rugby-based professional photographer Jodie Swain stopped off to take socially-distanced pictures – which she called ‘Front Gate Portraits’ – while out on her bike during her daily exercise.

In exchange all she asked for is a donation to Warwick-based NHS Charities Together, which supports and champions a range of NHS charities.

And now Jodie, who runs Blonde Shot Photography, is offering the chance for people to have their own doorstep picture taken.

Jodie said: “While supporting my small business and wanting to raise money, I’m offering to do a family portrait session, lasting approximately 20 minutes, outside your house or at a local park, at a reduced price of £50.

“I will also continue to donate ten per cent to the NHS.”

Jodie will be taking pictures in Rugby, Coventry and Leamington.

Visit www.blondeshot.com or email Jodie@blondeshot.com for full details.

 

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