Living in an unfamiliar city for an uncertain period of time, when your child’s recently been diagnosed with cancer, is not an ideal situation for anyone. It can be hard to find a “home away from home”, and building close support networks within your immediate vicinity can take time. To help aid this transition, Childhood Cancer Support has teamed up with generous supporter Andy Graves from Essence of Time Photography, who has put together a photography program for both CCS families and non-families from regional areas who have children with cancer.
Professional photography can be beneficial in numerous ways, from allowing families to decorate their temporary lodgings with some beautiful family shots, to enjoying the therapeutic process of photography itself. Andy himself will be coming in to Childhood Cancer Support to take relaxed, natural family photos as a free service to families once a month. Please check out our Upcoming Events page to find out what dates Andy will be visiting us each month.
To find out more about Essence of Time Photography and see some of Andy’s work, visit www.essenceoftime.com.au.