50 Beautiful mothers campaign
Press Release 01-18-17
ocal Photographer Joins National Search for America’s Beautiful Mothers
As part of Beauty Revived, a photography movement, Jyotsna (Jyo) Bhamidipati is asking for nominations for beautiful mothers in Sacramento and surrounding areas to be featured in a national magazine.
The beauty of these women will not be measured by their waist size or flare for fashion. No, these women will be chosen because of their real beauty, their courage and their countenance. The winner will be given a free photo session with Making beautiful memories Photography and a feature in the Mother’s Day issue of Beauty Revived magazine.
Beauty Revived is a movement that celebrates women with real beauty. Photographers donate sessions to these women and their stories are featured in their magazine and website: www.beautyrevived.com.
Hundreds of photographers applied to be a part of the Beauty Revived 50 Beautiful Mothers campaign and Jyo of Making beautiful memories Photography was chosen to find a deserving mother to photograph.
I will be accepting nominations from Jan 18th 2017 until 18th Feb 2017 and will then choose one to donate a photography session (will receive hair and make-up for the session). The mother chosen will be an example of real beauty and will have shown their beauty by their service when weary, grace in defeat and kindness when tried.
“As a photographer and a mom, I have constantly looked for ways to document more on motherhood. Moms helping out moms without being judgmental, a fellow mompreneur or anything that highlighting a fellow Mom who brings in positivity. . Beauty to me is not about your appearance, but to honestly connect with people from within and be an inspiration for the people around you. Being a photographer, I am always looking for ways to feature such amazing moms and give the gift of memories. It is truly an honor to be involved in a campaign that is close and dear to me." - Jyo from Making beautiful memories Photography.
Beauty Revived was started eighteen months ago as a way for photographers to use their lens for good and shine light on the real beauty that was happening in our communities. In the last year and a half, more than 300 women, girls and children have been featured on their website and magazine.
“As a high school senior photographer, I started Beauty Revived because I saw the power that a photographer has in shaping perception and altering dialogue on beauty,” Michelle Gifford, Beauty Revived founder, said.
“The photographers who participate in our campaigns not only have great technical and artistic talent but also have big hearts and a desire to be more than just a picture taker. They want to be a photographer who changes the world with their work,” Gifford said.
For more information about Beauty Revived, please visit www.beautyrevived.com and to nominate a deserving mother please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org