Family portraits from afar to raise money for those in need.
There has been a lot of uncertainty with all the drastic changes we’ve been experiencing as a community and nation these past few weeks.
Everyone is feeling the impact in one way or another due to the current health and economic crisis.
While we may be socially distancing from our neighbors, we also get to experience the precious moments of togetherness with our families, loved ones, and pets during this time of unpredictability.
That is something to celebrate.
Together, we will get through this.
As Fred Rogers said in times of trouble, “look for the helpers.”
This past week, countless, selfless people in Bozeman are offering support in various ways throughout our community, and we want to do our part!
Introducing the Bozeman Front Porch Project.
Greener Visuals Photography is offering family portraits from afar to celebrate your loved ones, create a community art project and raise money for those in need during this unsettling time.
While I might be standing a little farther away from you than I normally would, the connection I’ll inspire will be felt deep within your hearts!
It’s a little something to uplift the mood while maintaining safety, remind you of all the good things you have to celebrate in your life right now and through our shared, sheltered experience, we can foster social distancing connections within our community.
How it works: Mike Greener, of Greener Visuals Photography, will come by your home in Bozeman next Saturday (March 28th or Sunday (March 29th) with his telephoto lens and take your family portrait on your front porch from afar.
There is no charge however we are collecting donations to support Greater Gallatin United Way. In return, each family who donates $50.00 or more will receive a beautiful matted 5×7 fine art print and 25% off a future family portrait experience. All participating families will receive a web-friendly digital photograph of your tribe as a thank you for your donation and support.
Together, we will raise funds to assist the Greater Gallatin United Way in helping our neighbors heal through this ordeal. As a result, we will have a collective group of portraits representing your individual family’s strength together and our combined community’s resilience. -Mike Greener
Next weekend March 28th & 29th, 2020 throughout Bozeman.
To reserve your spot, simply on the link below.
If you know of a family that might be interested in participating, please share this link with them.