Friday, February 24, 2012

ATTENTION to those who live in Utah, visit Utah, or have friends/family in Utah!

My friend Molly Hunter is a fabulous photographer.  She majored in photography at BYU where she took countless classes on technique from professionals and experts in the field.  She is currently giving away a free session on her blog in order to get the word out about the orphanage in El Salvador (how awesome is that?).  She and her husband, Andrew, were volunteers at the Hogar a few years ago, and she is now the assistant director of the program, in addition to being a photographer and a mom (Wonder Woman, I know).  She took these photos of her husband working with children at the Hogar--beautiful!

She is insanely talented.  Don't believe me?  Check out some more of her work:

Yes, this is me and Noah. :)
You want to win the free session now, don't you??  You could use it for family photos, maternity shots, newborn photos, birth story photos, keepsakes of your kids, engagement photos...anything!  And it comes with a free DVD of the images, so you can print as many as you want for friends and family.  All you have to do to get entries is share the information about the Hogar (go to her blog to find out the exact entry requirements).  Oh, and even if you don't win the free session, anyone who enters the giveaway gets 40% off any of her session prices.  No joke.

If you yourself don't live in Utah or visit Utah, you can give the free session to a friend.  (Such an awesome gift!)  I want to win to give it to my friend who is pregnant.  Unfortunately, I don't think I qualify for the giveaway since I am the director of the program. :) 

This is such a great opportunity to help a worthwhile cause AND get some amazing photos.

Check out Molly's blog for details on how to enter, and do it soon because the giveaway ends February 29th!

1 comment:

  1. Fabulous! I have been posting it on my facebook, I hope somebody can come forward and help!

    And now I have to go check out her work! I have been trying to shoot weddings in Utah for at least 5 years with no luck. :( I have a nice collection of family clients, but there's no way to spread the word to the brides to be. So I fly all over the country shooting weddings everywhere else and LONGING for Utah. Boo.


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