Principal photographers Belinda Anselmo and Troy Allwright tutored 20 young women from the schools’ Girls’ North campus.
Store manager Lisa Bodley suggested the visit to campus co-ordinator Jennifer Long because of the schools’ support of young people.
‘Photography is a rewarding profession that teaches the importance of other people’s stories and of relationships, both of which are valuable life lessons,’ she said.
‘The day was a success and (hopefully) we helped educate the students about a creative job that is rewarding and allows self-expression through art.’
Catalyst Schools, which also has a Boys’ North campus, caters for 13 to 18-year-olds who have struggled with mainstream education.