Photography Students Create COVID Survival Kits

Students in two Fundamentals of Photography classes, taught by Upper School photography teacher Taylor Dabney, created personal COVID survival kits.
For the class project, students used flat lay photography to create their kits. They considered the following while completing the project: What is getting you through the pandemic? What is helping you stay sane, healthy and happy? What objects might you use to symbolize your survival kit? 
“The students did a wonderful job telling the story of what it takes to cope with isolation during a pandemic,” Mr. Dabney said. “It is great at the end of the semester, with all that has happened, to see them use what they have learned so well. It makes me feel proud for them and for us as teachers.”