All Classes meet at

The Teen Storytellers Project

Digital Gym 

1118 First street in Snohomish, WA

 

TSP Spring 2020 Classes

Due to Corvid-19 restrictions and for the safety of our students all Spring classes are postponed.

Please complete the embedded form below the class

descriptions to receive Spring class updates.

 

Team Documentary  production intensive

Thursdays 3-5 pm &

Fridays 2-4 PM 

Postponed 

Showcase, To Be Determined

This year's Documentary Filmmaking Intensive will combine students from Intro to Filmmaking and our more experienced students. Students will build on the foundational concepts learned in Intro to Filmmaking, Intro to Documentary Filmmaking and our last two classes. In this class students will develop an understanding of more advanced  techniques and processes of filmmaking from pre-production, through filming, to editing and post production. This class will focus on the role of teamwork to complete a creative and meaningful production and allow students to become familiar with organizations or unique individuals in our local area. 


Students will use professional filmmaking equipment and editing platforms.  Parents are invited to a showcase event featuring each student’s work on a date to be determined.

 

Messages in Media

Tuesdays, 3 - 6pm

Postponed

 

Every movie you watch sends a message whether you realize it or not. At The Teen Storytellers Project we take seriously helping students to embrace the responsibility for the messages they send! This class will look at specific messages and how they are sent through narrative and documentary film. Attend all or as many as you can. You are welcome to bring a friend by texting 425-308-8931 by noon on the day of class. Thank you!

Spring Class Response!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have not taken a class in 2020, please download

and fill out the current Medical release form.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our new digital creative workspace is located on First Street in Snohomish behind Cat House Pizza and The Re-treat plant store.  Open sessions for one-on-one instruction and independent projects are open to all students who have completed a TSP intermediate level course or through instructor orientation and permission. If you are interested in open sessions please download and complete the waiver form and use the, "Get more info" button to request session appoints Call the program director, Carrie Gove to talk to a human being. 425-308-8931

All of our classes are free of charge. Registration and medical release waiver forms are to be completed by a parent or guardian for all students under 18 years of age. A completed waiver form is required before participating in all classes and activities. If you do not have access to a printer, a waiver form can be filled out on the first day of class before class starts. Plan to arrive early as parking can be challenging! 

 

Meet our instructors:

 

Ashley Pederson is a Snohomish local freelance and wedding videographer and owner of Ashley L. Productions. She graduated from Calvin College in 2014 with a BA in Media Production with a minor in Art. Ashley served as a youth leader for

Central Christian Church in Snohomish and is currently working on a documentary project for Global Training Network tookher to Kenya in February of 2019, and she will be returning to film for The Orphan Project in Februaryof 2020.
 

"I am a huge movie buff with a passion for

storytelling through the art of film. 

Oh, and did I mention I love cocoa?"
Favorite movie: You’ve Got Mail.                    
Favorite super hero: Thor

 

 

 

 

Christopher Gove is a Snohomish freelance videographer.  Chris graduated with a BA in Media Production from Calvin College, minoring in history. Chris works in the busy Snohomish wedding industry. He also serves as the Media and Technical Director and volunteers as a youth leader at Central Faith Church in Snohomish, WA. He enjoys film ,history, hiking and mentoring students. Chris will be joining Ashley in Kenya shooting for the Orphan Project in February of 2020. 

"I have been fascinated with filmmaking since I was a teenager.

This passion led me to study film after high

school. I also have a heartfor teens and seeing

them develop as people. I am very excited for the

opportunity to combine these passions and dive

into filmmaking with our students!"
Favorite movie: Mad Max, Fury Road.                         
​Favorite super hero: Thor (Great minds think alike.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teen Storytellers Project Digital Gym

Spring 2020 Class info update

Please fill out your information as well as your student's and please download the release form if needed.

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Digital gym Open Sessions

by appointment

During Covid-19 Social Distancing Restrictions, all open sessions are cancelled. Join our email list for scheduling updates.

Be safe and well!

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