PHOENIX — A Phoenix-based photography company will offer a one-day, complementary photo shoot in Phoenix to give families affected by autism an opportunity to take professional photos.
Spectrum Inspired, a lifestyle photography company, will hold a one-day, free photo shoot session for families who have a child with autism.
The photo shoot, which is called the Pop-Up Pic Op, will be held from 8:30 to 11 a.m. on April 22 at the Venue at the Grove in Phoenix.
The company will bring in 20 to 30 professional photographers to take photos of hundreds of families, according to a press release, in order to celebrate and recognize Autism Awareness Month.
Spectrum Inspired, according to the press release, is “determined to normalize and destigmatize Autism Spectrum Disorders” by giving families professional photos “through a locally-based, globally-connected community of professional lifestyle photographers.”
The photographers are also committed to “making family photo sessions more fun and comfortable for every member of the family,” the press release said.
In addition to the free photographs, families who attend the event will be provided snacks from Papa John’s.
Families who are interested in the opportunity can reserve a spot online. For those who cannot make the event, the company is encouraging others to donate so it can “continue their work of destigmatizing autism.”
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