Planning a summer vacation? Take photos that you're proud to show off. Join us for an introduction into what it takes to capture a great picture using technology already available within the palm of your hand.
* Learn to become a visual storyteller
* Get exposed to smartphone editing tools
* Share your work and engage in conversation with fellow students
This beginner-level class is ideal for adults who want to translate a love for photography into technical know-how. Venture into the world of visual art in a fun and engaging environment and expand your artistic vision.
Students must bring their own Android or iPhone.
Westchester Yoga Arts
49 Lawton Street, 2nd Floor
New Rochelle, NY 10801
Meter street parking available
Buses to Huguenot St./Bridge St. - 7, 30, 42, 45, 60, 61, 62
Metro-North New Haven Line to New Rochelle Station
Class is on the 2nd floor of a walk-up building. Shoes must be removed upon entry into the yoga studio.
Westchester Yoga Arts is a newly renovated, friendly yoga studio. For more information about their offerings, visit https://westchesteryogaarts.com
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
John teaches photography and music appreciation at 3rd Wind Network
As President of PJS Jazz Society, an organization bringing premiere jazz performances to lower Westchester over the past 39 years, John Brathwaite has fused his love of music and visual art. John has always been interested in photography, especially as it relates to the music world, and has been featured in prominent cultural publications including Black Enterprise and Essence Magazine. Photographing Blues and Jazz artists is a lot of what he does, as photographing artists during their performances offers him a different, unique insight to the music and the artist and takes the concertgoer experience to the next level. Click HERE to watch an interview with John.
3WN: How did you get started in this industry?
John: My older brothers introduced me to jazz.
3WN: What is your teaching philosophy?
John: I prefer an interactive approach and truly enjoy sharing my own knowledge while also incorporating the experiences of my students.
3WN: What is your point of view about your art?
John: Everyone has some knowledge of the material even if they do not "like" jazz. Through discussions, students realize that what they have found to be unclear, or non-traditional, blossoms into clarity once they have a better understanding of musical improvisation.