A few weeks ago, I got an assignment to photograph the YouMedia center at the Columbus Metropolitan Library downtown for Education Week. It's a really cool center where teens can come in and literally play with the toys at the center, including top-of-the-line animation and music editing software, cameras, recording equipment, really anything that has to do with media creation.
For some of these kids, they'll never be able to learn how to use a $2,000 piece of professional recording software other than in college, so I thought it was a really cool way to introduce and let kids explore things which they might not otherwise.
Ed Week also allowed me to post to their Instagram page, which was pretty intimidating. I know a lot of big-time editors and photographers follow their account, so I didn't want to post anything that would make me look like a hack with an iPhone. Turns out they used some of the Instagram images online with the story and in print also.
Thanks for looking. Here's some Instagrams:
and a few from my "real" camera.