Project

Photography

Civil Rights

By Ade O.

Development Director

Posted Jan 12, 2018

This project is

In Progress

Matched with:

Adrian C.

This project will save us $1,500, allowing us to Expand our new brand to the community and will allow us to better tell the organizations story in a meaningly and simple medium..

What We Need

  • A Professional who will work with the Organization over 1-2 days to capture an important event or shoot a series of photographs to tell the Organization's story
  • A set of professionally edited, high-resolution images delivered in JPEG or TIFF format suitable for web or print use
  • Note: The photographer needs to be available in the same geographical location as the Organization or be willing to travel at own expense

Nice To Have

Photographer who has some experiences turning pictures into spectacular presentations or who has video making capabilities or skillsets.

How This Will Help

The project will allow the organization to highlight complex and multifaceted programs to audience in a simple and visually appealing way. The organization would like to create a video or photo presentation that can be used at large events or community meetings.

What We Have In Place

We currently have amazing clients which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have staff dedicated to complete working with you on this project and the ability to provide any other information you need.

Fun Fact

IMPACCT Brooklyn ( Is our new name, which reflects the work we don't through the borough). We also changed the name and new visual materials to emphasize the new brand and organizational culture.

  • Location: This opportunity requires the volunteer to be on-site

Project Steps

  • Prep: Distribution of prep materials
    • Volunteer Manager provides background on the Organization and goals for the photos (intended usage & number of photos needed)
    • Professional and Volunteer Manager agree upon a work plan including: budget, shoot location, dates, length of shoot and materials needed.
  • Milestone 1: Photo shoot
    • Professional directs the photo shoot on agreed upon date and time
  • Milestone 2: Editing
    • Professional edits and color corrects the photos.
  • Milestone 3: Presentation of deliverables
    • Professional delivers high-resolution images to the Organization
    • If the agreed upon deliverable was a photo essay, the Volunteer Manager works with the Professional to edit the selection of key photos into an essay and craft captions
    • Organization credits the photos appropriately
Prerequisites for Professional
  • Experience with event/commercial photography or photojournalism (please provide sample work)
  • Proficiency using editing software
  • Proximity to the Organization or willingness to travel
Prerequisites for Organization
  • An idea for the story you want to tell, willing subjects or an event you’d like to document
  • Signed releases for subjects and location
  • Ability to cover hard expenses (film, developing)

Our Mission

PACC embraces a vision in which people strive together to build an equitable, diverse, engaged, and flourishing community in central Brooklyn. We pursue five major goals: - to preserve and develop safe and affordable housing, a basic human right; - to support a vibrant local commerce - to sustain and develop an economic, racial, and cultural diversity - to promote knowledge and concerted action - to foster an ethic that all members of the community contribute to the greater good.

What We Do

PACC is one of Brooklyn’s premier community development corporations serving the neighborhoods of Bedford Stuyvesant, Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, Downtown Brooklyn, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. We work hand-in-hand with low- and moderate-income community members and stakeholders to preserve and develop affordable housing, provide quality property management, promote commercial revitalization and strengthen local businesses, create homeownership opportunities, protect tenant rights, combat predatory lending practices and prevent home-loss. Our community organizers develop building associations, train community leaders in effective advocacy techniques, and mobilize residents around critical housing-related issues. Our financial literacy and homebuyer education help residents become self-sufficient, savvy consumers in the housing marketplace, while tenant counseling and support services address residents’ day-to-day problems; and our foreclosure counseling helps reduce mortgage payments of financially distressed homeowners. While PACC has been exceptionally successful in the challenging arena of low-income housing development, our commitment extends far beyond bricks and mortar. Our overall goals include community revitalization, more equitable and humane housing laws and practices and the economic self-sufficiency of community residents. This work is all to support our mission to preserve and develop affordable housing as a basic human right and to sustain and develop an economically and racially diverse community that can enrich the lives of all.