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Spring Teen Photography Workshop With Ocean Morisset, Age 13 – 18 (Session Closed)

Spring Teen Photography Workshop With Ocean Morisset, Age 13 – 18 (Session Closed)

Date(s) - May/05 - May/12
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

New Era Creative Space (NECS)

Weekend 1 – Saturday May 5, 1pm – 3pm
Weekend 2- Saturday May 12, 1pm – 3pm
Tuition $80
**Limited scholarships for Peekskill residents with financial hardship. Please email or call 914-325-1053 to take advantage of this opportunity and find out the amount.  If you are applying for a scholarship, you still have to register using the online form. Choose the option with no payment.

2 weekends (4 hours total) Spring photography workshop for the youth at New Era Creative Space using smart phones (Students Require a smart phone to participate.)
Location: Depew Park/Downtown Peekskill
–Discussion of basic photography principles.
–Hiking along trails and parks and walking along downtown Peekskill students will photograph the environment
–We will cover Landscape photography, Still Life, and candid portraiture.

Some of the rewards teens gain by “exercising their eye” with a camera are:
-Appreciation of beauty & nature
-Decision Making
All of which are useful in the “bigger picture” of Life!

Fill out the form below and register your teens today! If you would prefer to mail check, send to 1016 Brown Street, Peekskill NY 10566. Make checks payable to NECS  CLICK HERE to download form

Photos will be edited and printed by Professional Photographer Ocean Morisset. Photos will be mounted on the walls of NECS and discussion about the experience and images will be led by Ocean Morisset. Student exhibition will open by June 2nd in time for Peekskill Open Studios.

Contact with questions or to pay in person.

o picOcean Morisset an internationally exhibited, self-taught (freelance) photographer specializing in Photojournalism and Documentary photography. Ocean also explores Fine Art photography and engages with a wide range of subjects in life, though his passion remain in telling stories with images. Ocean’s choice of subject matter reveals his humanitarianism, as he has a keen eye for the unnoticed and under-appreciated aspects of life, and presents them in a way that the viewer takes hold of the image for their own self-reflection.

Ocean currently resides in Peekskill, New York.
You may view his work at


This event is fully booked.