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Join photographer and theatre director Myah Jeffers for this free, practical workshop thinking about how we tell stories through and alongside photography.
Through spending time shooting portraits and delving into writing exercises, this session aims to support you to observe the world around you through a refined lens, and provide the tools and inspiration you need to fine tune the stories you want to tell.
This free event is open to young people aged 15-24. Find out more about our Youth Programme and our youth collective Duchamp & Sons here.
Please email Amelia Oakley, Curator: Youth Programmes on email@example.com if you have any questions or access requirements you would like to discuss ahead of this event.
Myah Jeffers is a Barbadian-British award-winning documentary and portrait photographer, dramaturg and director. Her work interrogates themes of the diaspora, mental health, Queer existence and intergenerational dynamics within Black communities. She is a two-time winner of the Portrait of Britain Award, both in 2019 and 2021. Myah is the former Literary Associate at the Royal Court Theatre.