Lights, Camera, and strike a pose!
On 19th November, we went to Ray Lowe Studios in Cheshunt to capture some new images for our upcoming promotional material and social media content.
Volunteer make-up artist Tallulah was on hand to give us any make-up touch ups we wanted before the shoot, and then we headed into the studio.
There was an opportunity for us to have individual pictures taken as well as some fun group shots. We didn't stop laughing all day and although many of us felt nervous at first, we soon loosened up and had such a fun afternoon. Ray even taught some pro photography tips to those who are interested in taking up photography professionally.
All in all, this was a fantastic Teens Day where we were able to build our confidence and learn something new. We can't wait to see the pictures!
Volunteering with Teens Unite has changed my personality and outlook on life. When I hear all the amazing things the teens say about Teens Unite, I can tell they mean every word.Nathan, 23, Volunteer
Teens Unite isn't just a charity to me, it was the beginning of restarting my life.Jess, 22, Teen, Acute Myeloid Leukaemia
When Elliot started receiving the support of Teens Unite, I could see a change in him straightaway. His outlook on life was becoming positive again and I gained strength from seeing my little boy accepting what had happened and starting to move forward.David, Parent to Elliot, 18, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
I needed help and that's where Teens Unite came in. I believe that everything happens for a reason, and the reason I met Teens Unite was to save my life.Harry, 20, Teen, Testicular Cancer
With Teens Unite, I finally realised that I could climb out of this massive hole that I had been digging because I wasn't alone anymore.Leanne, 21, Teen, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia
If it wasn't for Teens Unite, I wouldn't be where I am now. They have been really supportive and given me the strength to push myself and not give up.Derry, 20, Teen, Brain Tumour
My wife inspired me to volunteer following her fight against cancer. I wanted to help others carry on living their lives the way she did. And that's exactly what Teens Unite does.John, 64, Volunteer