Taking a Bigger Bite of the Big Apple!

Since arriving in New York City earlier this year, Remember Forever has continued to grow throughout the city, sharing their photographers’ passion for photography as well as providing training and techniques for the amateur and photography enthusiast.

For the last three months, Remember Forever photographers have been found teaching basic and advanced photography skills in Central Park, Times Square, Battery Park and Seaport Plaza overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge.

Wanting to offer more accessible courses for residents in Brooklyn, Remember Forever has announced that as of Sunday April 7th classes will also be available in the Prospect Park neighborhood of Brooklyn.

“Many Brooklyn residents commute daily for work, and we know they would rather not spend their weekend doing the same thing,” Managing Director Luke Ballard said.

Currently, Remember Forever offers three courses every Saturday that run on a rotating schedule including topics such as: Introduction to D-SLR, Family Photography, Travel Photography, Sports & Action, Animals, Weddings and Macro. Remember Forever intends to duplicate the Saturday schedule in Central Park on Sundays in Prospect Park.

“This will allow customers two opportunities to take a course over a weekend and allow Brooklyn customers to participate a lot closer to home,” Mr. Ballard said.

Remember Forever started business in 2008 in Australia and over the last five years has expanded their classes to operate in five major Australian cities, increased their course schedule to include 15 different topical workshops and has won several awards for innovation and small business.

New York City is the first step for Remember Forever’s United States expansion strategy, and plans are in motion to open in Boston and Washington D.C. also.

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