Students in our College for Kid’s virtual photography class taught by Tory Wesnofske gained photo-taking skills and confidence in their weeklong online class.

“The camp session was such a nice way to spend a few days during this stay-at-home summer,” said Alexis Treat ­– from Chelmsford – whose daughter Caroline took the class. “I was so impressed by what she was able to do after just a few hours! We appreciate how well the sessions were structured and how it allowed for both instruction and hands-on time. We also appreciated how it allowed her to participate and engage independently.”

Alison Chase, from Ayer, said her daughter Jaiya has now become the family photographer after taking the class.

“I think the format worked great,” Chase said. “She normally hates Zoom classes but she was totally engaged with Tory and her instruction. And it was great seeing her come up with her ‘photoshoots.’ Kudos to Tory for how she kept the ‘open door’ on Zoom throughout the day and gave them a good amount of time to go to work on the assignments. She was busy, engaged and happy all day! And now she has a great base of learning that I know she’ll keep working on – especially in this time of pandemic when she cannot be doing a lot of her other normal activities.”

Last Modified: 12/14/23