Photographer documents isolation to raise money for mental health charity
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A photographer has been documenting families’ time in lockdown as a way of raising money for a mental health charity.
Suzie McFadzean is a member of the Axminster charity ARC’s fundraising team which provides counselling and psychotherapy.
Since lockdown began, traditional methods of fundraising have ground to a halt, so Suzie has been using her skills as a photographer to raise some money.
She trained as a photographer whilst living in Austria so decided to put her skills to use and take photos of families in Membury and Kilmington to document their isolation using a long lens.
There was no charge for the photography, but she instead asked for a donation to her Just Giving page in return for the digital copies of the photos.
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So far, Suzie has raised nearly £1,400 which has helped to keep the charity afloat. If you would like to take part, you contact her via email at email@example.com.
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