The Front Porch Project |The P Family | Little Rock, Arkansas
Updated: Apr 9
I am so thrilled to be part of a nationwide project and join other photographers in the Front Porch Project! As creatives and a small business, we invest all we have into our clients and often consider you friends and family!
THE FRONT PORCH - The why / how
At this time in history, we want to document you! You all have a story of how you are spending time during quarantine. We want to hear from you and tell your story! I promise to stay 6 feet away or further and will photograph with my long lense! These sessions are meant to be brief and tell your story, so be as creative as you want in props and costume. Or, just come as you are! This is not meant to be a formal session.
I would appreciate your support to keep our livelihood going. I am part of a family of three here in Little Rock while my husband continues on-going care at UAMS for his Multiple Myeloma cancer. All sessions are by donation. JPEG Images are $25 each. I provide a gallery to view your images. Please contact me to book your session in Little Rock, Maumelle and Conway the entire month of April! Please spread the word to your friends, family and neighbors! Once your session is booked, I will send you an email with all the details.
APRIL Schedule - All of Little Rock
Monday - Thursday - 1pm-4pm
Friday - Flexible starting at 10am-4pm
Saturday - 10 am - 1 pm
Maumelle / Conway
Friday - 10am - 1 pm
Saturday - 10 am - 12 pm
For up to date information find me on Facebook and like my page: https://www.facebook.com/juliagracephotography.net
THE FIRST STORY - My lovely neighbors, Jennifer, Terri + Winnie
Social distancing has made us appreciate the people in our lives more than ever before. It's been interesting to homeschool Winnie and we truly appreciate all of the people who have worked to educate her throughout the years. We appreciate our family and we are checking on them often. We appreciate those on the frontlines who are working to offer services and care to society during this time. We appreciate our little household and we are enjoying one another. Winnie has learned how to bake bread from scratch and ride her bike without the training wheels during this time of social distancing. It's been a time that we will never forget.
This is biscuit! Biscuit is Winnie's friend and help's to teach during home school. By the way, Winnie's faces are my favorite!
Keep that humor everyone!
All the love,
To book contact: email@example.com