Billy has now raised almost $13,000! Amazing right? I am so proud of him! There are still a few more days to donate as he's trying to raise as much money before January 31st. If you are in the Seattle area, Billy is holding a beginner dSLR workshop and you can join if you donate or have donated to his mission already. If you have a dSLR but still haven't quite mastered how to use it yet, let Billy help you! Here is his description of the workshop:
I’ll be going to Gas Works Park on Sunday, February 7 @ 3:30PM to do a photography workshop...
Earlier, I helped a donor with her jewelry photography, this time the focus will be on everyday photography and photography basics. I can tell you how to take better photos of people, landscapes (like the beautiful skyline from Gas Works) and details (how to find the little things at a big place like the park.) Whatever you want help with, let me know!
If you’ve already donated, you’re free to join. However I am trying to use this to drive new people and new donations, so please if you or anyone you know has a dusty camera or who wants to sharpen their skills, let them know about this! Since this happens AFTER my fundraiser ends, I need to hear from them before the 31st.
Billy also has a few Mariner's tickets + extra goodies that has been donated that you can get for your donation. Click for information on the tickets.
I am still taking donations for Billy and will send you a print of one of my pictures in return. For a $20+ donation, I will send you an 8x10 of any of my pictures, your choice. I've had a lot of people pick my shoe pictures and lots of love for my Honolulu picture as well. You can pick anything from my flickr but here are some of my favorites that you can pick from.
Thanks again for well, everything really. I am so grateful and thankful to so many of you for helping me out with this as it is something that is so important to me and I am just blown away by the kindness that everyone has shown to me and Billy and especially the people that were affected by the earthquake.
One last thing, the wonderful Gina of Clothes, Inter Alia, has offered to donate $1 to Doctors without Borders for every comment she gets on this post. She wrote a wonderful post about Billy and his photography that you should definitely check out and oh yes, please leave a comment! :)