Snaps for Syria
Mum Charlotte Emily Gray photographed more than 70 families in one day to fundraise for Syrian children – and has raised over £3,000
Mum Charlotte Emily Gray photographed more than 70 families in one day to fundraise for Syrian children – and has raised over £3,000.
The mum of two and photographer spent a whole day photographing family portraits in a pop-up studio at the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, with all proceeds of the day going towards Save the Children's Syria Crisis fund.
For £35 families could book a slot in the studio for a family portrait on Saturday 3 October.
Ladyland's Emma Scott-Child designed a backdrop of flowers for the shoot – which had floral contributions from Lizzie Thorne, Jam Jar Flowers, The Flower Society, Nicky Doodson, Petalon and the London Flower Farmer!
You can still donate to the cause on Charlotte's JustGiving page.
Charlotte Emily Gray would also like to thank Matt Appleton at Modern Activity for the posters; Marie, Brian and the team at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden; Lizzie, Clem and Celia; Robin Friend for the lighting equipment; Claire Rea and Sally Newsom.