PRLog - Oct. 11, 2011 - CARY, N.C. -- (Cary, NC) – Suzie Wolf Photography is proud to announce its affiliation with the The PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA), USO, and Soldiers' Angels to offer free photography for the families of deployed soldiers.
The program offers professional photography services to military families who have a loved one serving in the armed forces. In conjunction with Fuji Film and other industry leaders, the program will print and mail a 5x7 color photo to the service person and family free of charge. Photographers across the country will volunteer their services to take these family portraits for this worthy project.
“I am thrilled to be able to volunteer my time to this wonderful program. I have always wanted to do this but needed support in executing it,” offered Suzie Wolf, owner of Suzie Wolf Photography. “It’
Eligible families can contact Suzie directly or visit http://www.pmdaportraitsoflove.com for additional information or to find a photographer outside of the Raleigh area.
About Suzie Wolf Photography
Suzie Wolf is the owner of Suzie Wolf Photography. She has been a photographer for over 25 years as both a professional and passionate amateur. She strives to capture a fun and artistic representation of her subjects and specializes in families, pets and high school seniors. Working outdoors and in unique settings is her trademark. To learn more or book an appointment please visit www.suziewolfphotography.com.
About Portraits of Love
The PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA) has teamed with the Soldiers' Angels volunteer organization to create the PMDA Soldiers' Angels Portraits of Love Project. The goal of the Project is to provide 10,000 U.S. soldiers around the world with portraits of their families and loved ones this holiday season, taken by the incredibly talented photographers PMDA has designated the months of October, November, and December to set up photo shoots and gather soldiers' families on military bases and in photographer’