Help us with a photoshoot of craft products made by individuals with Special Educational Needs (SEN)
What we need
- Join a briefing Zoom call
- Take photos of craft products that will be sold online, and at our social enterprises and collaboration organisations
- Retouching the images if needed
- We will be grateful if the photographer can bring some professional equipments
The Nesbitt Centre is launching a sale of craft products (such as candles) made by our learners with learning and physical disabilities. We would like some help with taking professional photos of the products to post on social media and to produce a catalogue.
What we have
A briefing call to outline our products and how we want the products to be shot. Our staff will be available for guidance/assistance during services.
Why this is important
By launching this sale of our learners' beautiful crafts and art work, we hope to enrich our learners with diverse exciting work experience opportunities, to maximise their abilities and to raise awareness on individuals with learning disabilities within Hong Kong.
10 Mar 2021 - 10 Apr 2021
Honorarium available upon completion
4hours in total
- Photo Editing
- Photo Shoot
- Product Photo Shoot
- Chinese (Cantonese)
About the Organization
The Nesbitt Centre
What we do
The Nesbitt Centre (TNC) is a day activity centre that aims to provide lifelong education for individuals with disabilities and support them in integrating back within the community. The programme we implement is called the “Preparation for Life'' programme. At the core of the programme are six pillars: Planning for the Future, Life Skills, Independent Living, Vocational Education, Structured Workplace Learning and Recreation and Leisure. These pillars are designed to enrich our learners with the necessary skills to live more independently and empower them to advocate for themselves.
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