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Haiti: From the Viewfinder

On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 earthquake rocked the country of Haiti. 200,000 plus lost their lives with thousand more left homeless; living in makeshift tents with no running water or electricity.

Within the pages of Haiti: From the Viewfinder, Jim brings the faces and eyes of those affected to life; capturing strong emotional moments of sadness, hurt, pain, devastation and love that's still so evident some 17 months later.

The purpose of this book is to bring awareness of the deplorable living conditions that still exist for the beautiful people of Haiti.

All proceeds from the sale of this book will provide food, shelter, clothing, medical supplies and missionary support to the men, women and children of Haiti.

Your donation is extremely important. I thank you so very much for your help!

Blessed indeed,
Jim Servies
www.jimservies.com

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Jim Servies
WINDOWPRO Knoxville, TN

Jim Servies is a featured and award-winning photographer living in Knoxville, TN.

Jim and his wife, Robbin, have been married for 17 years and have two children. When not pursuing his passion for photography and capturing life's moments for others, he's living life to the fullest doing his favorite job - Daddy.

An active member in his church, Jim truly believes serving others is a calling for all not just a select few. Faith, family and serving those in need are by far the most important in his life.

Jim is best known for his gift to capture people and moments within their environment that are awe-inspiring, breathtaking and powerful. His ability to create amazing photographs from ordinary things in life is truly a rare and special gift. His photographs speak to the soul.

To view more of Jim's work or to contact him please visit www.jimservies.com

"I'm just a Christian with a camera God has so graciously blessed with a little talent." ~ Jim Servies

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