**Current refund policy due to Coronavirus: you may get a credit, refund or take a virtual class if social interaction guidelines prohibit classes.

APRIL BREAK 2020: Choosing Backgrounds and Changing Your Perspective $230 

TUESDAY-THURSDAY, April 21,22,23 from 10AM-2:00PM. Students meet Jenny at the Soldier's Monument in JP, and are dropped off there at the end of the day by Jenny. Class is for 11-15 year olds , Nikon DSLR cameras supplied.

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• Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday April 21-23 from 10am-2:00pm.  11-15 year olds.

• Pick up and drop off at the soldier's monument, 1 South Street Jamaica Plain.  The location is at the intersection of Centre and South Streets and is across from the Loring Greenough House.  Look for the silver Big Picture van with magnets parked by the chruch.

* Day 1:  Choosing backgrounds that highlight and draw your eye to the focal point.  Field trip to Underground at the Ink Block with lunch” to go” from Whole Foods.

* Day 2:  Photo challenge: light the subject and keep the backdrop in darker shade. Photo field trip to Eastie Marina. Picnic lunch from Roy’s Cold Cuts.

* Day 3: Start with shooting trip to Lars Anderson followed by editing in Lightroom at the Teaching Space. Lunch from Mario’s sub shop while we review our photos.



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Big picture club house


Jennifer Connelly started Big Picture in 2011 to fill the gap in after school programming for middle school aged children.  Since then, the program has taken off with most classes offered in the summer.  Big Picture added movie making workshops and overnight photo retreats for girls.  Jenny has four kids and has worked as a professional photographer for 20 years.  Her work can be viewed at jenniferconnellyphoto.com. She also has a school portrait company, Photo Charm.

ABOUT BIG PICTURE:  Big Picture Art House offers photography and film classes for kids and teens in the Boston Area. Classes are run by founder, Jennifer Connelly, and take place during school vacation weeks, occasional weekends and we have a full schedule of film and photography summer workshops. Class sizes are kept to a maximum of 7 students, and are suitable for youth in grades 5-12.  The typical age group of our workshops is 6-9th graders with the most common student age of 13. 

Photography workshops provide each student with their own professional digital SLR camera.  Film workshops are collaborative efforts, where the students together write, shoot, act and edit their own short film.

Jennifer Connelly • 781-696-1138 • bigpicturearthouse@gmail.com  

 www.bigpicturearthouse.com   Big Picture on Facebook

 Events: www.jenniferconnellyphoto.com , School Portraiture: www.photocharm.org