★★★★★ Jeremiah is open with his knowledge about photography, is genuine and very supportive of his students - and always has a smile. - Susan Mitzner
Uniquely qualified to host these fun and instructive camera lessons, Jeremiah Jenner is a Broward Schools Certified Photography Instructor since 2010. Jeremiah taught many creative and FUN classes for over twenty years.
National collectors of his photographs include Starbucks, PBS and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Jeremiah students appreciate his likeable and engaging character, teaching style and his natural calling as a teacher.
He enjoys patiently guiding them towards thier goals as a photographer and is always available and open to them.
★★★★★ Jeremiah is an absolute pleasure to work with and a master of his craft. Professional and patient with a unique perspective and talent. - Lizzette Bettinger
Jeremiah made learning fun.
He is very knowledgeable and teaches in a fun and learning atmosphere, complimenting and encouraging you along the way. The session went by too fast and I am looking forward to my next class. I have reviewed my written notes and picked up a my camera every day to take pictures since leaving my first class.
He is a very enthusiastic and good teacher
JJ has a way of taking something that can seem intimidating and make it easier than you think. Quick tutorial on what the camera's buttons and dials do, and then you're out shooting photos, looking at photo composition, etc. For anyone wanting to learn just how to use your camera and unleash all it can do, JJ is the man to call
Jeremiah Jenner is a Broward Schools Certified Photography Instructor since 2010.
I started over 20 years ago giving private lessons, then worked at the Art Center South Florida in 2005. The School Board of Broward County hired me in 2009.
I enjoy all levels and ages of students!
Look for someone personable and FUN who is interested in helping you become a better photographer and is available for after the classes.
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