Telling Our Stories
Students work to a brief, learn the basics of using the camera and develop their understanding of editing photos using computer software. This is a vary creative process and gets them discussing the final printed pictures.
Jody Saturday Photographer
Phone: 07 853 8291 or 0274 406 388
2011 - Community Arts Experience
June Te Uku School, Raglan - Arts Focus week levels 5 - 8
May Maeroa Intermediate - Arts Experience
Skills and Abilities
Developed briefs for various age groups
Managed groups of up to 25 students
Delivered lessons that give students hands on experience
Students get basic understanding of technology
Best Practice experiences in Schools
Excellent introduction to photography and digital art.
Children are eager to learn and experience camera and computer editing and printing. Their ability with these tools can create confidence and help build literary skills as well as concept building principles.
Portrait Photographer and Practising artist.
2008 BMA - Honours in Photography Wintec
Part time tutor - Whitecliff College and Unitec
Arts Practice Medium: Visual Arts
Topics or Genres of Expertise: Digital Art
Languages Spoken: English
Target Age Group: Middle Primary, Senior Primary, Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary
Preferred Group Size: Medium (9-20)
Regions: Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Waikato
Space and Resources Required: Workshop, Blackout Performance Area, Sound System Recycled materials, Junk
Mode of Delivery: Workshop
Cultural Context: anh culture can participate
Performing: "Bryan held his audience spellbound…he plays in such a beautiful way with as much conviction as sobriety, drawing from a career extensively matured on the boards of true theatre." (SUD OUEST Bordeaux, France, Sept 1992). Teaching: "…a most powerful presence clarifying and confirming and encouraging. Bryan is a skilled manager of the learning environment. This is one of the most effective sessions I have observed." (Jenny Leadbeater, Professional Development Tutor, Northland Polytechnic.) Researching: "From the initial development to the final execution of this study, Bryan has consistently demonstrated an exceptional level of academic research and practical application. His intellectual and professional rigour has extended both process and outcome beyond the expectation and requirement of this degree study. In his writing, he has produced an informative and useful document which invites publication and, in his practical work, he has extended a knowledge of contemporary performance practice. This work has been a pleasure to supervise, examine, and be associated with. It is without hesitation that I recommend an A+ /High Distinction grade with an equivalent percentage mark of 95%." (Dr William Farrimond - Examiner for Charles Sturt University)
Programme Materials Provided for Schools: No