Paul Hillier Introduces Motography 2012 For the proud month of Movember Paul Hillier Photography will be helping drop kick prostate cancer in the ass by offering Creative Photography to those willing to donate to the cause.
What is Motography?
It’s a Photographic service that Paul Hillier Photography is offering to help raise funds for Movember a campaign to support men’s health issues, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.
How does it work?
Step 1) Donate a sum of your choosing to my Movermber page here. http://ca.movember.com/mospace/2247662
Step 2) Contact me via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a date.
What do you Get?
You get super fancy/badass/beautiful/exotic/fun/dramatic creative portrait that you can upload and use as your profile pic on your blog/ facebook / twitter ect… let the whole world be in awe of the new visual representation of yourself.
25$ The Star: Gets you a single creative portrait on location near my studio. (Dufferin & College)
50$ The Couple: Gets you a portrait of 2 individual as well as a group shot of the two together. On location near my studio.
75$ The Paparazi: Gets you 3 Portraits from a single location of your choosing anywhere downtown Toronto.
100$ The Team Player: Have a team of Mo Bros and/or Mo Sistas that need to be commemorated? Get a group shot as well as individuals shots of each member of the team 8 or less. Will meet anywhere Downtown Toronto.
500$ The Grand Poobah: I will collaborate with you to put together a custom photo package of your dreams. Pin-up, Magazine cover or Movie Poster. Anything is possible when you’re The Grand Poobah.
Who is Motography for?
Anyone willing to chip in. Man, Woman, Boy or Girl. If you want to help pitch in you too can have a Paul Hillier Motograph!
Can i donate even if I don’t want my photo taken?
Absolutely! Every little drop counts!
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian men (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer). In 2012:
- An estimated 26,500 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and 4,000 will die of it.
- On average, 73 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer every day.
- On average, 11 Canadian men will die of prostate cancer every day.
Probability of developing or dying from prostate cancer:
“One in seven men is at risk of developing prostate cancer, and one in twenty-eight will die from it. My grandfather, Jhon Hillier, was one of the unfortunate ones. Please consider supporting cancer research.
Stats from Cancer.ca
(small print) Motography is for non commercial use
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