Warped Vision Photography is dedicated to contributing time and resources to non-profit initiatives within the Tampa Bay Community. Our primary focus is supporting veterans through our collaboration with the non-profit organization Hiring Our Heroes. We offer professional headshots for veterans in transition to civilian life, as well as their spouses. Additionally, we extend our support by providing professional headshots and videography for Black-Owned Non-Profits. Over time, we have established meaningful partnerships with organizations such as Abe Foundation, Gentleman's Quest, and Julie B Foundation. Our commitment and impact were recognized through a local news interview, shedding light on the motivations behind our altruistic endeavors.
June of 2020 WFLA news interviewed Dominick Ray
Annually, in honor of Juneteenth, Warped Vision extends its support by offering media services, including headshots and videography, to black-owned businesses in the community. My aim is to empower the black community by providing them with valuable visual resources, enabling them to establish a strong brand presence through my imagery. I am grateful for the opportunity to discuss this initiative in an interview with the local Tampa Bay News.
Hiring Our Heroes
Warped Vision collaborates closely with Hiring Our Heroes to empower individuals who have honorably served our nation, instilling confidence in their personal brand during the transition to the American workforce. Our commitment includes offering complimentary headshot sessions semiannually, ensuring our heroes present their best selves as they embark on new professional journeys.
We partnered with the Abe Foundation during our Juneteenth celebration. We donated headshots and media services for this organization. "The mission of Abe Brown Ministries is to break cycles of incarceration by helping to renew the minds of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated citizens, motivating them to change their behaviors and achieve purposeful lives. We do this as a compassionate demonstration of the love of Jesus Christ." Abe Foundation is a Black-owned Non Profit Organization.
Julie B Foundation
We partnered with The Julie B. Foundation during our Juneteenth. We donated headshots and a brand video for the organization. The Julie B Foundation is a registered 501 (c)(3) organization that was created to honor the legacy of the late Mrs. Juliet Brown, immortalizing her life through a cause to help all cancer warriors and their families.