‘A Seat at the Fireside’ by Paul Martin

One of The Mighty Shed’s beliefs is simply and plainly stated in its internal program called Good Works. The program encourages all employees to dedicate up to 40 hours a year to an organization or cause that benefits the greater good. Shed supports the employee by giving them paid time to participate and in some cases funds projects, too.

One of the most recent Good Works involved Paul Martin with his creation of a new photography book, titled ‘A Seat at the Fireside.’ It showcases compassionate portraits of people who have endured social and economic hardships resulting in homelessness in the city of Birmingham, in the United Kingdom where he lives.

The sale of the book will raise money for homeless charities in his city.
For more information click the link. https://www.twonamesphotography.com/charity-book