Since 2015, The Photo Experience’s Creativity Building sessions have offered iPhoneography coupled with drawing (and other right brain exercises), private docent-led museum tours, artist studio visits, and gallery walks. The program inspires a creative mindset for personal growth, professional development and an enjoyment of the arts.

In a world overwhelmed by information, we pay attention to the things that move and connect us. Creativity is no longer a personal journey but a strategic differentiator for professional success. Individuals and businesses are looking to find new ways to connect people. As interdisciplinary connectivity defines the 21st century, creativity is key to improving mental agility across platforms.

People are more curious than ever in opening up their imaginations to new possibilities. What kinds of art or statements do you wish to make? 

Experiment with us … Use the contact form below and let us know how we may customize your Photo Experience:



10:30 AM - Meet & greet on location for The Photo Hunt

11:00 AM - 12:00 AM - Warm up: If drawing is selected, the  group is led in exercises in translating what we see on paper. For all levels. 

Noon - Conversation over light lunch. 

High Line Art Walk | Chelsea

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM - Continue and refine the shooting assignment. 

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM - Review and session wrap-up.

Art Photo Walk | Chelsea Photo Hunt


Smartphone photo walk en route to MOMA | NYC

10:30 AM -  Meet & greet in museum, cultural, or gallery space. Discussion.

11:00 AM - Noon - Finding Inspiration - Exercise #1: simple drawing techniques for all levels. (Other options: museum visit, gallery walk, artist’s studio, or wellness modality i.e. yoga - movement warm up). 

Noon - Break for light lunch

Drawing at the Met

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM - Afternoon assignment (Exercise #2). Getting techie: photography  -  afternoon assignment

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM - Photo review - Looking at & talking about work: participants review their work and session wrap-up. 

Museum visits | MOMA & The MET

Drawing at the Frick

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