In 2011, a ten-year old boy named Jonathan came in to talk with Jen Dynes at Metroeast and said he wanted to be a photographer and filmmaker. Jen said, "OK". And so began the professional journey of Jonathan Reiterman.
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This blog is written by our Get Reel Young Writer, Kaitlynn Brady. Kaitlynn is a is an experienced filmmaker who has completed advanced POWGirls camps at MetroEast.
Dear MetroEast Family:
The offerings for our summer workshops will be a bit light this summer and I want to give you a little bit of a sneak peek "behind the curtain". We're hard at work assesing all of the workshops that we offer to the community.
March Specialty Workshops
Studio Switcher - Thursday 3/31/2016 6:30pm - 9:30pm
The Get Reel team is creating a video about the Gresham Waste
Who is a winner and who is a loser in teen girldom? One girl learns that going her own way, even in the face of withering judgement from her "friends", turns out to be the best choice. Produced by Sophia Bigun, Madalyn Davis, Casey Kovalenko, Claire Siano, Barb Myers, Georgia Wong
Music Video created by amazingly talented teen girls. When are we lost and when are we not? Explore this question through the mind of a teen girl. Wow! Produced by Barb Myers, Noelia Arellano, Lucy Sagoo and Sydney Turner.
Hilariously witty music video created by these talented local teens at MetroEast's Music Video Camp for Grrrls, 2014. Produced by Brie-Anna Hall, Esther Kuzik, Maria Tobin-Lopez, Lem Nguyen and Barb Myers.