Photographer offers free service to those who lost jobs
West-based renowned professional photographer, Rob Rickman, is offering his services for free to those who have lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr Rickman, 46, who lives in Vuda, Lautoka has set up a pop-up studio at Votcity Flea Market in Nadi, yesterday.
He was offering free headshots that is used in Curriculum Vitae (CV’s), LinkedIn profiles to those who had lost their jobs and want to apply for other jobs.
However, his services does not exclude those who still have a source of income, provided they can donate something in return to cover his expenses.
While his role is limited to just photography Mr Rickman says he is able to put his skills to good use. The father of five who has over three decades of experience in photography serves clients in corporate organisations and resorts around the Western Division.
“I started as a photographer before YouTube so I had to learn from other photographers. There was always someone in the family with a camera. I was one of them,” Mr Rickman said.
His booth opens from 10am with a free offer of a digital image.
Rob Rickman at the Votcity Flea Market in Nadi on June 20, 2020.