Update Nov 29: We have a team and a plan to serve the 120 families at DLEC! However, we are still looking for one additional assistant photographer (see below).
What's more, we are still looking for financial support to cover the cost of the prints. Chip in here
if you can.
I am coordinating an event on Dec 4 for Denise Louie Education Center
, which provides pre-school and other education programs to kids from low-income, culturally diverse, families.
Feel free to reply to this thread if you are interested in helping out, or have any questions.
Dec 4, 2010 , 9am - 4:30pm
(if you can only help out for half a day, that is okay too!)
Location: Denise Louie Education Center Beacon Hill site
1 - Assistant Photographer, who helps to pose the families, take over when the portrait photographer needs a break, etc.
2 - Portrait Photographer[*] (Marisa, Rakesh)
1 - Assistant Photographer (Stefanie 9am-1pm, Tos 1pm - 4:30pm)
4 - Processor / Photo Editor ( Laurie + Wenona: 9am-1pm; Katie, Jared, Easton, Marisa's friend 1/4 )
1 – Documentation Photographer (Yee: 9am - 1pm; Stefanie: 1 - 4:30pm)
2 - All-purpose volunteer (Backup to other roles, gopher, etc). (Marisa's friend 2/4, 3/4)
1 - Site Leader / Project Manager (Sam)
1 - Greeter (Marisa's friend 4/4)
1 - Prop preparation (Lydia)
Michele (greeter, makeup)
Eratosthenes (photography related area)
[*] Portrait Photographer: responsible for taking the studio style portrait photos. Please also indicate if you have the lighting equipment (light, flash, light stand, backdrop / stands, etc.).
[**] Processor / Photo Editors will download the photos from the memory cards to their laptops, let the families pick the one they like the best, and crop the photo in appropriate sizes (4x6 , 8x10, and possibly 5x7). Of course, you're free to do additional editing should you feel inspired!
DLEC, founded in 1978, has been serving low-income children (0-5 years old) and their families to ensure the children's success in kindergarten, through pre-schools and a variety of other programs, addressing their needs in their cognitive, emotional, and social skills development, as well as physical health.