For more than two decades Margo Moss has used her camera to explore the unusual and beautiful places in six continents.
A certified teacher with a masters degree and a post masters certification as a Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant, creator and director of Creative Camps, a state certified school for the learning disabled child. Margo has been on the photography faculty of The New School for almost two decades, and has taught workshops and classes in various venues in the East Coast. She created and developed the children's photography program at the Newark Museum, and further afield, she created the first photography workshop involving the local people in Copan, Honduras.
Margo shows people, in her words, how to .. "break down barriers and allow a personal vision to come through."
Whether it is experiencing a photography workshop, a series of classes or a Photo Trail Tour, Margo is able to
show you how to expand your own personal vision and expression while enjoying the company of like minded people
and most of all, having a wonderful time!
"I continue to evolve as a photographer and am taking some people shots, not just architecture. Trying to limit myself to one focal point and it seems to be working. Thank you!!"
"Abundant thanks for your 'Artist's Eye' program. Your travel slides of Nepal and points East was deeply engrossing, and we enjoyed your witty commentary. We greatly appreciate the gift of your time, energy and talent."
"Thank you for your kindness. Your work and your thoughtfulness make the world a nicer place. We are taking good care of your photographs and enjoying the scenery immensely."
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