On Location Portrait Sessions by Kyo Morishima to Benefit YMCA Child Care

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From June 15th through August 15th, 2010, Kyo Morishima Photography (see ad to the right) will offer a summer promotion called the "30-20-10 Sale" to raise funds for the Metuchen-Edison-Woodbridge YMCA Fund for Tomorrow. Kyo Morishima, a Metuchen-based photographer, specializes in documentary-style portraits of children and families. With this promotion, parents can take advantage of steeply discounted session fees in order to get Kyo's signature evocative, magazine-style images of their kids and families, while simultaneously contributing to an important local charity.

 

The 30-20-10 Sale works as follows:

 

  • Clients pay $30 for a 30 minute photo session at the location of their choice. The session can include kids, the whole family, or even pets if desired.
  • Kyo Morishima Photography will donate $20 from the session fee to the YMCA's Fund for Tomorrow.
  • Clients receive 1 free 8x10 print and 10% off any product order from their session.

 

In addition, Kyo Morishima Photography will donate 5% of the total proceeds from all 30-20-10 Sale product orders to the Fund for Tomorrow.

 

Kyo and his wife Janna, who is his business partner at Kyo Morishima Photography, moved to Metuchen in 2007.  "We have a thriving wedding photography business and want to expand our family portrait business," Kyo explains. "Janna and I brainstormed and realized we could partner with a community resource we know very well - the Metuchen-Edison-Woodbridge YMCA. Our daughter has been at Centenary Child Care, a YMCA center, for over three years and we can't thank them enough for the nurturing and education she's received there."

 

The YMCA's Fund for Tomorrow provides aid to families in crisis, and supports both teen programs for youth development and programs that enable children and families at the YMCA and in the community at large to lead a healthy lifestyle. Donations from the Kyo Morishima Photography 30-20-10 Sale will be earmarked for child care programs.

 

Kyo Morishima emigrated to the United States from Japan at the age of 20 and discovered photography at a Baltimore-area community college where he was studying English. Within a few years he graduated from the Corcoran College of Art in Washington, DC, and moved north to study photography with some of the top studios and documentary photographers in New York City. He has had his own business specializing in documentary-style weddings and portraits since 2006.

 

For more information, visit www.kyomorishima.com. Only a limited number of sessions are available between June 15 and August 15 at the special reduced rate, so interested individuals are encouraged to contact the studio at 917-250-6202 or email janna@kyomorishima.com as soon as possible.

 

 

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