An Interior View
© Bryan Whitney

An Interior View

Dates: Tuesdays, Jan 18–Feb 22, 2022
Time: 1–3pm (ET)
Sessions: 6
Limited enrollment: 8 students
Fee: $380
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In this class focusing on architectural interiors, we’ll discuss lighting, equipment, and camera settings, but also the challenge of how to translate and communicate the atmosphere, poetry, and meaning of a space and how you personally experience it. Weekly assignments include exploring and photographing a variety of interior spaces — intimate and grand, public and domestic — to challenge and hone your ability to interpret space and learn about the use of perspective, light, and abstraction. For inspiration, we’ll discuss in depth the symbolism and history of interiors and view work by painters and photographers who speak the language of space.


Bryan is a generous and attentive teacher, and he went to great effort to prepare multiple handouts full of resources. And he also had a nice way of framing the daunting task of getting organized.
—Denise (New York City)
Bryan has a great presence — very calm, organized and knowledgeable with his presentation material. He provided very good explanation of technical items like scanning slides and negatives. I enjoyed the class and it stimulated me to organize my analog and digital files. Bryan summed up each class with follow up material and handouts that explained further all the topics covered.
—Greta (San Francisco)

Bryan Whitney
Bryan Whitney

Bryan Whitney is a photographer and artist in New York City whose work often involves experimental imaging techniques, such as x-rays, 3D imagery, virtual reality, and other alternative processes. Whitney holds an MFA in Photography from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and a BA in the Psychology of Art from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has taught photography at Rutgers University and currently teaches at the International  Center of Photography in New York City. A recipient of a Fulbright Grant for lectures on American Photography in Eastern Europe, he has exhibited across the United States and internationally. He has  traveled the globe for special projects, including archeological expeditions in Sudan and in the Republic of Georgia. His work has appeared in magazines such as Harpers Bazaar, Fortune, the New York Times, and in books, posters and advertising campaigns worldwide.

Bryan teaches archiving and preservation of photographs   for StrudelmediaLive.