"Your photo workshops are always such a big hit! Thanks for sharing your talents"
David Rau, Director of Education, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT
After taking an unexpected break from teaching in the Spring of 2020 to be safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, Craig Norton is now offering Zoom & Google Meets virtual lessons and private on-location lessons with proper social distancing. Connect with Craig to set up your next lesson.
Give the thoughtful gift of knowledge and understanding with a gift certificate for private photo lessons. So many people love photography but don't quite grasp the technology. I can help!!! Contact Craig to purchase lessons for a loved one today: [email protected]
Craig Norton has been appearing on "Mass Appeal" on WWLP-TV in Springfield, MA offering advice and inspiration for improving your photography. Check out these segments on Photo 101, Cell Phone Photography and Composition.
Check out Craig's book, "Rock The Shot!" on Amazon. It's a beginners guide to understanding the camera and how to take interesting photos.
Private Photo Lessons and Corporate Staff Training: Craig offers private lessons and professional development for individuals, companies and schools at all age and skill levels. Craig teaches specialized training in all aspects of photography so the subjects covered are only what you want to learn and specific to your camera. Professional development gives staff the tools to improve communication using digital technology. To book a private lesson or staff training with Craig, please call (203)213-0229 or email: [email protected]. All major credit cards and PayPal accepted and gift certificates are available.
School Residencies, Guest Lectures and Workshops: Craig has extensive experience teaching photography in schools, universities, museums and community art centers. He was Arts For Learning CT "Teaching Artist of The Year" in 2012 and again in 2017. He attended the Kennedy Center's National Teaching Artist Seminar in Washington, DC. Craig specializes in integrating school curriculum with an emphasis on science and language arts and is qualified to work with students with special needs to use photography as an expressive art. To learn more about his school programs and professional development for teachers, please visit: