Photographer in Harrow shortlisted for national award after taking snap of teenager dancing

A photographer was shortlisted for a national competition after taking a picture of a teenager street dancing.

Debbie Dye, from Harrow, captured 18-year-old Jamie Woodbridge, who has Downs Syndrome, as part of Harrow Mencap’s Here I am campaign.

The programme aims to raise awareness of people with learning difficulties and what is important to them.

Her picture was then shortlisted in the National Council for Voluntary Organisation’s photographic competition (NCVO), a competition which celebrates the work of people who are making a difference in their communities

A photographer was shortlisted for a national competition after taking a picture of a teenager street dancing.

Debbie Dye, from Harrow, captured 18-year-old Jamie Woodbridge, who has Downs Syndrome, as part of Harrow Mencap’s Here I am campaign.

The programme aims to raise awareness of people with learning difficulties and what is important to them.

Her picture was then shortlisted in the National Council for Voluntary Organisation’s photographic competition (NCVO), a competition which celebrates the work of people who are making a difference in their communities

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