SCHOOL PHOTO EXPERIENCE
Al Bracken of Indianapolis based Al Bracken Photography is offering K-12 schools in the State of Indiana a fun an innovative in-school photography experience. Al Bracken Photogrpahy provides freelance photography and set design services to a variety of clientele including model and acting schools across Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. Al also serves as a team member for a large national school photography corporation traveling to various K-12 schools in the state of Indiana providing traditional portraiture for year books and seasonal photo specials.
The purpose of the Photo Experience is to offer creative opportunities and occasions for students to associate positive experiences within the school environment, therefore supporting and encouraging morale, school spirit, cross-social group engagement and futher identification of school as a destination of discover.
Students will choose between a variety of set designs to pose on either individually, with their friends, as a class or club. Set design concepts aim to be very imaginative, creative, nuanced and artistic. All set designs will include props or different manipulatable aspects that require students to either physically engage with the set or each other in a collaborative and fun manner!
Suggested occasions include field days, pep rallies, dances, sporting events, celebrating pre-spring break/pre-winter break/pre-summer break/pre-graduation, or literally any other time not necessarily connected to another school function. Photography would take place in a large space designated by the school based on the availability and size of the space. Typically gyms and LGI rooms indoors and common areas or congregational spaces near athletic facilities when considering outdoor set ups at schools.
Schools have the ability to choose from a catalog of set design options they want for their Photo Experience. Up to 2 different sets will be made available for students to interact with during a school visit. Example themes are included below. This list in non-exhaustive.