Mia Warren’s character in Little Fires Everywhere is a talented photographer, and you can be, too! Join Main Library’s Adult Programming Coordinator Beth online as she speaks with New York-based
Mia Warren’s character in Little Fires Everywhere is a talented photographer, and you can be, too! Join Main Library’s Adult Programming Coordinator Beth online as she speaks with New York-based professional photographer Cary Whittier to learn some of the secrets to great photography, especially tips for taking photos with your phone! This program will be recorded and available to view on our website, our Facebook page, or our Youtube channel.
Cary Whittier lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. His work has been published by numerous periodicals including Architectural Digest, Art Forum, Art in America, Flaunt (cover), New York Magazine, TimeOut New York, the Christian Science Monitor, the Huffington Post, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Vice, Vogue Living, Juxtapoz: Art & Culture, and more.
St. Johns Reads is the St. Johns County Public Library System’s annual “Community Reads” program. Presented for the 17th year, 2022’s program features four different books, unified by the theme “secrets”: ‘The Vanishing Half’ by Britt Bennett, ‘Crossing the Creek: The Literary Friendship of Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’ by Anna Lillios, ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ by Celeste Ng, and a title for young adults, ‘Children of Blood and Bone’ by Tomi Adeymi. The four titles are available to enjoy in print, large print, audiobook on disc, digital audiobook, and ebook formats. “St. Johns Reads: Secrets” also presents a variety of both in-person and virtual programming inspired by the selected books. Special thanks to our generous Friends of the Library groups for sponsoring our St. Johns Reads program.
(Thursday) 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM