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Teen Intensive: Documentary Photography (Online)

Students Ages: 14-17
Teacher: Krystal Koop
BIMPRD Activity Number: 472669-05

Online classes will be held Mon & Wed from 1-2pm.

Change the world with a camera! Teens with an interest in art, storytelling, and social justice will dive into this 3-Week intensive exploring the art of documentary photography. Technical instruction in composition and basic editing, as well as support for creative development of a documentary photo series will be the primary focus.  For the first 5 classes, the full class will meet for 1 hour via videoconference and students will sign up for additional 1 on 1 mentoring sessions on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Final class will consist of presentations of each student’s photo series  – friends and families will be invited to attend virtually.  

This camp session will be held virtually. In advance of the first day of camp, access to a virtual classroom will be provided to those who have registered. Students are asked to use their own photography device (smartphone or digital camera) and have access to an internet connected computer with a web camera for class meetings. No other materials will be required.

How to Register

Registration will launch June, 10 2020 @ 9:30am!

Online: Anytime at or through the link below!
Use the activity number 472669 to search on the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District’s registration website for your desired class.

Call: Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center at 206-842-2302
(Mon-Fri 5:30a-8:30p, Sat 7:30a-4:00p, Sun 8:00a-4:00p)


Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and the Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Recreation District partner with Helpline House to make participation in our summer camps and teen intensives accessible to Island residents with limited resources. Full fee waivers are available for qualified families and individuals. To apply, contact Helpline House at 206-842-7621.