Captain David Seath Memorial Fund Beneficiary’s Photography Business celebrates first anniversary

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We are delighted to announce that Captain David Seath Memorial Fund beneficiary, Steve Mills, recently competed his first year of business as a professional photographer.

A welfare grant from the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund was awarded to Steve, through Help for Heroes, as a means to purchase specialist photography equipment and enrol on courses to support the development of his business aspirations.

One year on Steve’s business, OneShot Photography, continues to grow from strength-to-strength which specialises in bespoke photography, both in the studio and on location. Steve has also founded Recovery Through the Lens which promotes photography as a positive medium for veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Steve said:

“My first year has been very steady. I have been building up my portfolio and working on myself, to ensure I can manage my mental health in order to cope with any stresses that I may experience on the journey. I have been working on a Community Interest Company (CIC) which I have now registered at Companies House. It is called ‘Recovery Through the Lens’ and the aim is to help other Veterans through the medium of photography. I also have my first exhibition coming up, 4th – 18th June, at the local library, its only a small step, but things seem to be moving in the right direction. This has all been made possible by the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund.”

One Reply to “Captain David Seath Memorial Fund Beneficiary’s Photography Business celebrates first anniversary”

  1. I am delighted to hear your venture and recovery is going so well Steve.
    David would have been so pleased to see your progress. I hope your exhibition goes well. Small steps yes, but that’s how we move forward!
    Best wishes for the future.
    Libby Seath.

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