UPDATE: Thank you everyone for registering to this photo shoot call out. The registration is now closed and photo shoot takes place today at ACON. We are looking forward to seeing everyone who have registered.
ACON, NSW’s leading health promotion organisation specialising in HIV prevention, HIV support and LGBTI health, is calling on members of trans and gender diverse (TGD) communities to participate in a photo shoot on Monday 25 March between 3pm and 5.30pm at ACON in Surry Hills.
ACON is ramping up its work in TGD health, which includes the release of our very first blueprint for TGD health (to be launched in April). To help promote our messages and raise awareness of our work in improving TGD health and wellbeing, we are seeking TGD community members to participate in a photo shoot. We are looking to represent as much diversity as possible: different body shapes, ages, cultural backgrounds etc.
Images from the shoot will be used, when needed, in various ACON campaigns, videos, resources and publications.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
- You’ll be helping raise awareness of TGD health issues, programs and initiatives
- You’ll receive a $20 gift voucher
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- You must be age 18 and over. Participants need to be aged 18 and over to participate.
- Date: The photo shoot will take place at ACON in Surry Hills on Monday 25 March 2019
- Time: The photo shoot is between 3.00pm – 5.30pm.
- Duration: Each person’s shoot will take around 10-15 minutes – you don’t need to be at the shoot for the full two hours. Indicate on the form below your preferred time.
- What to wear? Wear whatever you like and feel comfortable in. But please refrain from wearing clothing with slogans, brand logos, insignias etc.
- There will be solo and group shots. As well as solo portraits, we will need some group photos so participants are invited to participate in group shots.
- The final material will be used across many different pieces of health promotion. This could mean on campaigns, social media, website, reports etc.
- You will be required to sign a model release form.
If you want to help spread the word about the importance of supporting TGD health and wellbeing, then we’d love to hear from you.