Imagine that you’ve never experienced a whole lot of grief before. Then something devastating happens to you and leads to something beautiful. It happened to my guest today, Beryl Young. I’ve known her for several years, ever since I first started Art Class Curator at a blogger conference. Before working with teachers and schools on photography curriculum, she taught kindergarteners and 1st graders for 10 years. Listen as she shares the powerful story of how she started her photography business and how it’s evolved.
This episode was part of the Art Class Curator before we rebranded to Art and Self.
2:54 – The painful incident that triggered Beryl’s transition from photography hobbyist to entrepreneur
9:29 – How Beryl taught herself photography and what inspired her to create her first class
13:21 – How the pandemic served as a huge catalyst for Beryl to shift her business
21:04 – An overview of Beryl’s approach to the teentography curriculum
26:16 – Why Beryl focuses on making photography as accessible as possible
31:37 – Beryl discusses her teentography and kidtography kits
36:01 – The platform that changed Beryl’s life
This episode was published before we moved the full show notes over to artandself.com. Transcript and full show notes are available at https://artclasscurator.com/76.