Want to be on a TV show featuring sketch artist Gil Zamora? Here’s how!

DSCF0192Guest post by Gil Zamora

I’ve got some real exciting news for people who might want to give their stories of a lost relative some national exposure. I’ve been working with a respected TV production company that wants to work with me and help people find someone that they’ve lost or a dead-end case that needs some new leads. Please READ the following message and contact the casting company to get on board. Taping for the show is expected very soon. Please repost and share with as many people as you can. For more information about me, you can visit my web site: www.zamorasketch.com.

Thank you!   …Gil

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Now casting individuals who are searching for lost loved ones. You will be given an opportunity to work with a renowned sketch artist (that’s me!) Do you have a face imprinted in your memory, but no photograph or image? Do you have a missing relative?

An award-winning television production company is searching for individuals who are willing to share their stories in an exciting new real-life series that features a world-renowned forensic sketch artist. We’re looking for passionate individuals who can share compelling true-life stories about a person who lives in their memory, but who they can no longer find. These individuals will be offered the opportunity to work with a master sketch artist to create a composite sketch of their loved one’s face. A team of investigators will then conduct a missing persons search to try to find your loved one.

Do you have a missing child, parent or sibling? Did you have an once-in-a-lifetime connection with someone who you haven’t been able to find ever since? Did you lose touch with a loved one years ago? If you have the image of a face in your memory, but no actual image of that person, then we want to hear from you. We’re looking for dynamic storytellers with fascinating stories to take part in our series. These people should not have photos or videos, instead all that is required is a vivid memory and a desire to bring that memory to life.

To be considered, please email sketchmymemory@gmail.com the following information:

  • Full name, occupation, and city/state of residence.
  • Best contact phone numbers & emails.
  • Who are you trying to find?
  • Why did you lose touch with this person?
  • Do you have any mementos of this person? Clothing, trinkets, photos?
  • How has this person changed your life?
  • A recent (non-returnable) photos of yourself.