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In these unprecedented times, it feels like life is standing still doesn’t it?


Yet I know that our lives are still moving and shaking, and busier than ever. As a photographer I am committed to capturing the connections we have with those around us and even though we are isolated right now, I know those connections are still there.

That’s why starting today I’m announcing that I’m joining #TheFrontStepsProject movement; I will be taking 5 minute “Front Step Portraits” of Pembina Valley families. After your session I will email you one digital file from your portrait session with me. In exchange I’m asking for good faith donations to Winnipeg Harvest which can be made through my Facebook page (link below).


I will be posting these images on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #thefrontstepsproject. Please share these posts. Let's spread the word!

#TheFrontStepsProject was created by @carasoulia, ( from Needham, MA,  designed to keep us connected as a community, while also giving back to those who have fallen on hard times during this global crisis.

It’s also designed to keep us connected as neighbours, since we can no longer rely on seeing each other out and about in our towns on a daily basis.


These sessions will be brief, only about 5 minutes. They will take place outside ONLY, at least 10 feet from your front steps. You can dress up, wear sweats, a costume, really whatever you want. It’s totally up to you! Be YOURSELF.

No Front Steps sessions are currently in the works.

The Front Steps Project, Pembina Valley

Thanks for submitting!

The donations can be made securely through my Facebook page on the pinned post here:

Words inspired by Nicole Yandon Photography

Idea inspired by Casey Nolin Photography

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