Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Awareness Shoot Liverpool Town Hall 17/1/17

Portrait Awareness Shoot For #Bloodwise_uk
Liverpool Town Hall 17/1/17
©David Lydiate





Objective

I want to raise awareness for #Bloodwise_uk through social media.
The more “tags” I can use in my pictures the more awareness raised.
Tagging Liverpool Town Hall will allow an even greater audience to see the pictures. The Bloodwise logo will appear in the border of the photographs, all Bloodwise contact details will appear in the text about the shoot. The girl who posed for me also held a Bloodwise collection bucket in some of the pictures taken.

Location
Liverpool Town Hall
High St
Liverpool2
233 3020
Specific Part Of Location:- Small Ballroom, Large Ballroom Balconies and Staircase

Liverpool Town Hall Staff were very cooperative and welcoming by allowing me to take pictures
inside the building.


























































































Bloodwise Charity Details
#Bloodwise_uk
Bloodwise
39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH
020 7504 2200
Support Line People affected By Blood Cancer
0808 2080 888 Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm or email support@bloodwise.co.uk)
For Fundraising Enquiries
020 7504 2215 9am – 5pm or email hello@bloodwise.co.uk


Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Dawn Jones Face Of My Work

It Gives me great Pleasure To Announce 
Dawn Jones As The New Face Of My Work
-Using Photography to raise Awareness for #Bloodwise_uk


Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Dawn Jones “Please Give To Bloodwise This Christmas 2016”

Dawn Jones
Home Photoshoot 11/12/2016
"Please Give To Bloodwise This Christmas"

©David Lydiate

Objective

Dawn Jones modeled for me to raise awareness for #Bloodwise_uk 11/12/16
Objective was to encourage people to give to Bloodwise At Christmas, links below show Christmas cards people can buy, that will raise money for #Bloodwise_uk
The shoot raises awareness through “tagging” on social media
Dawn is pictured holding a Bloodwise Charity Bucket next to a Christmas tree.
The framed photographs on the wall are of her family.


Below is a link where you can buy Christmas cards that raise money for The Charity Bloodwise

Location/Rapport

The shoot was taken in Dawns Home. Dawn was very cooperative and welcoming by allowing me to take pictures in her home. Throughout the shoot the Dawn was the perfect model, she has a very nice personality with looks to match.
Dawn who is a very busy mum with two young children found time to help me. 





Thank you Dawn for your cooperation which enabled me to complete my photography shoot in time for Christmas.

Bloodwise Charity Details
#Bloodwise_uk
Bloodwise
39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH
020 7504 2200
Support Line People affected By Blood Cancer
0808 2080 888 Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm or email support@bloodwise.co.uk)
For Fundraising Enquiries
020 7504 2215 9am – 5pm or email hello@bloodwise.co.uk


Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Karen Johnson The Author 10/9/16

Karen Johnson The Author 10/9/16


Karen Johnson 

Karen Johnson Author of “Out Of The Corner” re-launched 2015 posed for “Pretty Woman And Liverpool III” a project used to raise awareness for #Bloodwise_uk.
Locations used were Albert Dock And Kings Dock in Liverpool.
The shoot was very successful and I have decided to make a separate album/link with more images taken from the shoot. Karen has given me fantastic loyal support and makes the time for me whenever she can the paragraphs below are more about her and The World Humanity Commission.
Related link:- http://liverfocus.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/karen-johnson-pretty-woman-and.html

About The Author

Karen's role Role is Honorary Deputy Minister UK safeguarding women and social care World Humanity commission WHC Supporting victims and survivors of domestic abuse and FGM Giving support advise , guidance , confidence , self esteem , motivation , determination , self love , belief and freedom. This is her mission And Passion The  'Out Of The Corner' Group can be found on www.facebook.com 

World Humanity Commission Details

Headquarter India 
info@whch.org  
http://www.whchq.org/contact-us.html
www.whchq.org

Photographs Of Karen Johnson 
















































Photographer David Lydiate


I have suffered a rare and deadly form of Leukaemia twice(Acute Promyelocytic  Myeloid Leukaemia) , my photography is my way of “giving something back”, after all the life saving treatment that was given to me. I also have Multiple Sclerosis. (since 2001). A chaperone who drives me to the destination of each assignment and helps me set up equipment. I use a wheelchair on assignments.
I am an official supporter of The #Bloodwise_UK Charity. I have had public exhibitions in Central Library William Brown St Liverpool, The Atrium Liverpool Echo Building Old Hall St Liverpool and recently The Small Ballroom Town Hall Liverpool, I plan ahead. 
@liverfocus 
@Bloodwise_uk 
#Beatbloodcancer. 

Bloodwise Charity Details

Bloodwise
39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH
020 7504 2200
Support Line People affected By Blood Cancer
0808 2080 888 Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm or email support@bloodwise.co.uk
For Fundraising Enquiries
020 7504 2215 9am – 5pm or email hello@bloodwise.co.uk 
@Bloodwise_uk

Karen Johnson Pretty Woman And Liverpool III 10/9/16

Karen Johnson
Albert Dock And Kings Dock Liverpool
©David Lydiate

10/9/16
Author Karen Johnson poses for “Pretty Woman And Liverpool III” a project used to raise awareness for #Bloodwise_uk.
Locations used were Albert Dock And Kings Dock in Liverpool. 
Backdrops included Liverpool Echo Arena  near by wheel and the surrounding features.




























































Pretty Woman And Liverpool III

The objective of “Pretty Woman And Liverpool III”, is to raise awareness for the charity #Bloodwise_uk, formerly known as Leukaemia And Lymphoma Research through “tagging” on social media.
I wanted to depict how women in Liverpool “dress to impress”, and have them posed alongside an iconic landmarks, therefore adding culture sophistication and glamour to the picture.
My continued “Pretty Woman” projects have taught me more about composing two subjects in  images were both background and model have equal prominence and the importance of teamwork between model and photographer, adding a new dimension to my work.

The models, dancers and singers who I have photographed have posed voluntary for me, make up artists have also volunteered to help, venues have not charged for use of premises.

The girls who I have photographed have often booked time of work to attend shoots.

They have added life to my photography and have been an inspiration to me. 

About The Photographer David Lydiate

I have suffered a rare and deadly form of Leukaemia twice(Acute Promyelocytic  Myeloid Leukaemia) , my photography is my way of “giving something back”, after all the life saving treatment that was given to me. I also have Multiple Sclerosis. (since 2001). A chaperone who drives me to the destination of each assignment and helps me set up equipment. I use a wheelchair on assignments.
@liverfocus @Bloodwise_uk #Beatbloodcancer
I am an official supporter of The #Bloodwise_UK Charity. I have had public exhibitions in Central Library William Brown St Liverpool, The Atrium Liverpool Echo Building Old Hall St Liverpool and recently The Small Ballroom Town Hall Liverpool.

Charity Details

Bloodwise
39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH
020 7504 2200
Support Line People affected By Blood Cancer
0808 2080 888 Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm or email support@bloodwise.co.uk 
For Fund Raising Enquiries
020 7504 2215  9am – 5pm or emailk hello@bloodwise.co.uk
@Bloodwise_uk 


Pretty Woman And Liverpool III

Pretty Woman And Liverpool III
A Project To Raise Awareness For #Bloodwise_uk
Start Date 10/9/16
©David Lydiate
Pretty Woman And Liverpool III
The objective of “Pretty Woman And Liverpool III”, is to raise awareness for the charity #Bloodwise_uk, formerly known as Leukaemia And Lymphoma Research through “tagging” on social media.
I wanted to depict how women in Liverpool “dress to impress”, and have them posed alongside an iconic landmarks, therefore adding culture sophistication and glamour to the picture.
My continued “Pretty Woman” projects have taught me more about composing two subjects in  images were both background and model have equal prominence and the importance of teamwork between model and photographer, adding a new dimension to my work.

The models, dancers and singers who I have photographed have posed voluntary for me, make up artists have also volunteered to help, venues have not charged for use of premises.

The girls who I have photographed have often booked time of work to attend shoots.
They have added life to my photography and have been an inspiration to me

About The Photographer David Lydiate
 I have suffered a rare and deadly form of Leukaemia twice(Acute Promyelocytic  Myeloid Leukaemia) , my photography is my way of “giving something back”, after all the life saving treatment that was given to me. I also have Multiple Sclerosis. (since 2001). A chaperone who drives me to the destination of each assignment and helps me set up equipment. I use a wheelchair on assignments.
I am an official supporter of The #Bloodwise_UK Charity. I have had public exhibitions in Central Library William Brown St Liverpool, The Atrium Liverpool Echo Building Old Hall St Liverpool and recently The Small Ballroom Town Hall Liverpool. 
@liverfocus @Bloodwise_uk #Beatbloodcancer.


Charity Details
Bloodwise
39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH
020 7504 2200
Support Line People affected By Blood Cancer
0808 2080 888 Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm or email support@bloodwise.co.uk 
For Fund Raising Enquiries
020 7504 2215  9am – 5pm or emailk hello@bloodwise.co.uk
@Bloodwise_uk 

Friday, 2 September 2016

BLOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH SEPT 2016

#BloodCancerAwarenessMonth PLEASE HELP @bloodwise_uk #BeatBloodcancer 
#Fight_The Fight



Charity Details
@Bloodwise_uk
020 7504 2200
Bloodwise 39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH



#BloodCancerAwarenessMonth
Blood Cancer is the 3rd biggest cancer killer in the UK claiming more lives than breast cancer or prostate cancer. 14000 people loose their lives to blood cancer and related disorders every year in the UK. That's 38 people every day.
It's also the fifth most common cancer: there are 230,000 people living with blood cancer in the UK and 38,000 people are diagnosed each year – that's one person every 14 minutes. 
Charity Details
@Bloodwise_uk
020 7504 2200
Bloodwise 39-40 Eagle St London
WC1R 4TH