Visit a catalyst for career choice

Catalyst students display the things that inspire them to take photographs.
Catalyst students display the things that inspire them to take photographs.

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.