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Faces of Hope Gallery and Silent Auction

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The services that Daytripper Photo offers are designed to teach specific aspects of photography while on location at some of Ontario's most beautiful spots.  Sessions are designed to teach and inspire any photographer and coupled with the Daytripper Photo community, the learning continues long after the session is complete.  

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Faces of Hope Gallery and Silent Auction

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Faces of Hope Gallery and Silent Auction


Question: What is mental illness?    Who has it and how do you know if you have it?

Mental illness directly affects 1 in 5 Canadians and will indirectly affect everyone at some point in their life.  Many people don't even know they suffer from mental illness and therefore never think to ask for help.  Although these statistics are staggering, we hardly discuss it or fully understand it. So in order to understand anything, we need to talk and learn more about it and in the case of mental health, discussion can open the eyes of the people who need it most. 

To encourage open discussion and as part of Mental Health Week (May 1-7th), local photographers Navy Nhum and Bryan Weiss are looking to share the stories of 8 individuals who have been affected by mental illness (directly or indirectly) and how they have overcome their challenges. Your portrait and inspirational story will be part of a gallery showing and silent auction taking place May 5th, 2017 to benefit the Canadian Mental Health Association. 

This gallery and silent auction is meant to help bring a face to a silent epidemic. Your neighbor, your friend, your brother, maybe even yourself… we all may be touched by mental illness but nobody will get through it on their own.  Please ask to be a part of this event and give your story a voice and a face. 

To participate or for more information please contact:
 Bryan Weiss - or Navy Nhum -

CMHA’s Mental Health Week is an annual national event that takes place during the first week in May to encourage people from all walks of life to learn, talk, reflect and engage with others on all issues relating to mental health. Visit for more information.

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