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Studio shoot 2016
Our Studios – Lottery Funded Workshops
Our Charity workshop Fashion Shoot Events aim to give people the opportunity to interact with like minded Creatives in an inspiring environment. Whether you’re a beginner or professional, we ask that you make a donation to attend. This helps our charity to continue to raise awareness for children with misdiagnosed heart disease through our creative projects and events.
We want our workshops to be a fun and beneficial experience to all attendees and hope that creatives will appreciate that Photographers are unable to provide extensive quantities of edited images to all creatives attending. However we do ask Photographers to provide all index cards of photos taken at each event and at least 2 edited images of each Look to Designers, Models & Hair/MUA. If you wish to obtain images you will need to make a further donation; 10 high res Edited images £50-
All creatives must credit their activity team members in all publications.They must also display the Charity Logo Stating Kawasaki Fund.Supporting children with undiagnosed heart disease.
We facilitate the events and venues through sponsors, voluntary help and donations. We provide Private/Commercial bookings and offer a variety of professional services: Photographers, Models/Dancers, Designers, stylists, Hair stylists, MUAs, Mentoring, Events organisation & Videography at low cost.
Please be advised that you will need to book a consultation in order to get accurate costings and pricing for your requirements tailoring to suit your needs.
Donations are Non refundable.
Join us at our creative Workshops & Networking Events for professionals and aspiring artist to come together and grow whether in business or on a personal level.
- Fashion Design/Making & Pattern Cutting/Mentoring!
Every Saturday in Essex between 11-14h
Above Kawasaki Charity shop
3 Eastwalk Harlow Town Centre
SS’18 Fashion Show & Presentations
Spice Girls Clothing Exhibition & Memorabilia by Iconic Designer Dee Izmail and Collector Alan-Smith Allison.
Our work helps to sustain our awareness strategies that aim to prevent complications in adult life. We also aim to gain sponsors and build resources for research in the near future. Many children are still being misdiagnosed and suffer due to lack of medical knowledge. Together we can save more hearts!
“I was involved for the first time at the Kawasaki Fund Fashion Fundraiser. I was delighted and honoured to be part of this event as it gave me the opportunity to enhance and add more diverse material to my portfolio as well as gain a better understanding of how a fashion shoot works.
I believe that the only way to grow as a filmmaker is to always step out of your comfort zone and face new challenges whenever possible. The Kawasaki Fund event did exactly that. It enabled me to apply new techniques and experiment with different styles of shooting to what I’m normally used to, having mostly experience in film.
I met many great and motivated individuals from different backgrounds and professions which created a great networking opportunity for me and others like me. I definitely hope to be involved again in the next event and recommend it to anyone who wants to grow and expand their network.”
- Fran Gallo, Videography
“Being part of this fashion fundraiser was a great experience for me. I got to challenge myself as a make up artist, learned how to work fast and under pressure and also had a great opportunity to meet new people and make connections in the industry. The event generated a lot of work material which will help me promote my work and will definitely help me further my career. It was an enjoyable day for a great cause and I hope to be part of the next event.”
- Alexandra Sas Make-up
“I was incredibly pleased to be part of the modelling team experimenting with new looks. The event gave me the opportunity to taste and discover the fashion and modelling industry that was before unknown to me. I met amazing and passionate people, from the photographers, videographers, models and the organizers of the event, Nadia Bolton and Dee Izmail. Working with the models made me realize the challenges of modelling. The photographers were fantastic at making us feel confident. I believe that using fashion to create awareness for the Kawasaki Disease is an excellent opportunity for people to connect with each other, enrich their portfolios, and participate together for a great cause! I really hope to be involved in the next event and definitely encourage people to come along!”
-Beatrice Gallo, Model