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Photography project brings hopes to life

February 22, 2014

BLACKSTONE – They say a photograph is worth a thousands words. For Nicole Lopez, a professional photographer from Blackstone, a photograph is also worth a thousand memories.

“A photograph truly is so much more than a piece of paper. It is a memory,” says Lopez, a 1996 graduate of Blackstone-Millville Regional High School and mother of two, who started her photography business, Nicole Lopez Photography, two years ago.

“With a photograph, that memory is never forgotten,” she says. “It is remembered over and over, and passed on for generations to come.”

Not only has Lopez been making memories for local families with her portraits and one-of-a-kind experience photo sessions, for the past year she’s been donating her time and skills to the Gold Hope Project, a team of over 500 photographers worldwide that raise awareness of childhood cancers by offering their services free to fighters and survivors and putting faces to facts.

Full story appears on page A1 of Sunday's Call.

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