See the Light: Teen Photography Workshop // July 8-12 & August 12-16

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See the Light: Teen Photography Workshop // July 8-12 & August 12-16

from 1,495.00

See the Light is a five-day summer photography workshop in New York City for teenagers, ages 14-18 years old. All levels of students from beginner to advanced will receive personalized instruction to inspire and guide their image making, visual storytelling and technical skills in a fun, immersive atmosphere. Each day will begin at Andrew French’s daylight studio in Union Square and include two field trips or photography shoots in and around Manhattan. Lunch will be provided. The final day of the workshop will culminate in a pop-up gallery exhibit for family and friends, showcasing each student’s best work from the week. 

Join us to:

  • Receive personalized instruction from professional photographers and guest artists.

  • Visit and photograph in extraordinary locations in NYC.

  • Learn and improve your technical skills to capture compelling images.

  • Develop your personal vision and build a portfolio of work.

SIGN UP FOR TWO WEEKS SAVE $200!

Contact: teenphotography@andrewfrenchworkshops.com

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INSTRUCTORS:

ANDREW FRENCH has photographed editorial and commercial work for clients including Food & Wine, Esquire, Town & Country, House & Garden and O, The Oprah Magazine. Before he began his career as a photographer, he worked as an assistant to over 70 photographers, including Mary Ellen Mark, Annie Leibovitz, John Dominis, Art Kane and Ruth Orkin, among others. Learning from the masters shaped Andrew’s approach to his own photography and is the basis of the knowledge he shares with his students. Andrew has a degree in Education and has been on the faculty at the International Center of Photography and New York University for nearly two decades. He’s inspired by his daylight studio in Union Square and loves going on adventures around NYC with his wife, son and dog Nelson.

JAIME SCHLESINGER is a freelance photographer and photography educator.  She is a faculty member and museum educator with the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City.  Jaime graduated with honors from NYU Tisch School of the Arts Photography and Imaging department.  She has worked as an educator for 16 years and developed curricula and programming with the Japan Society, the Museum of Chinese in America, the Museum of Biblical Arts, the Hoboken Historical Museum and Rhinelander Center’s Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children, amongst others.  Alongside pursuing her passion for the arts and youth development, Jaime is a certified Ayurvedic Nutritionist.  Her photographic work focuses on portraiture, family, identity and documentary themes.  She currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and son.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  • Hours: 10am - 5pm

  • Location: 1121 Studio, 41 Union Square West, #1121, New York, NY 10003

  • Class size is limited to 12 students. 

  • Students are asked to bring a digital camera with manual exposure control.

  • Lunch, transportation and materials costs are included in the tuition fee. Material costs include equipment rentals, background paper, printing of photos for final exhibit, location and model fees, and catering.

  • REFUND POLICY: If you cancel between 2-4 weeks prior to the workshop, you will receive a 50% refund.  No refund will be issued if you cancel less than 2 weeks prior to the workshop.