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Creating a visual voice for social justice, environmental and health issues resulting from the energy industrialization of Native American Homelands and Sacred Places.
Photography Mentorship Program
Mentorships are designed to assist in the development of specific photographic projects or to expand one's photography skills. Sessions are conveniently offered through distance learning or on location in New Mexico. All fees are tax deductible and help support our Greater Chaco Landscape Project through Naamenhnay, Inc. a 501(c3) non-profit foundation.
Portfolio / Website Review with one hour SKYPE consultation.
Suggested donation: $325.00
Private one-on-one sessions in New Mexico.
Suggestion donation: $850.00 per day
Distance Learning Mentorship Program includes developing long-term projects, website concepts, and advancing specific photography skills. Distance learning mentorships are based on four one-hour SKYPE sessions over three months with assignments designed to meet your personal photographic goals.
Suggested donation: $1425.00
Making your support work. All donations allow us to continue our timely work on the Greater Chaco Landscape Project dedicated to preserving Chaco Canyon Historic Cultural Preserve from encroaching industry and to provide a voice for the sacred sites affected by such industry.
To discuss and plan your mentorship contact Carlan.
Special thanks to: Kent Deitemeyer, Ray Davis, Alan Pearlman, Suzanne Kreizberg, Derk Haskins, Lew Colgan, Morgan Smith, Joel Davidson, Jacqueline Cambata, Holly Martin, Karen Pape, Marlin Greene, Donna Starr, Sue Zuehike, Memphis Barbree, Linda Morrow, Terry Rowe, Robert Pack, Gary Simon, Carole Ann Freas, Larry Freas, Amanda Smith, Bill Bolding, John Paul Delange, Bernie Lewis, Vandana Grover.