Julie Nau
Testing Coordinator, OIDC, Art/CTE Department Chair

I get to teach year one of photo this year! 

We will be in room 313 first period. The rest of the day my home base is in the Commons. Come see me whenever you need!

Due to my schedule I do not have set tutoring times, though I can be available almost any time if you let me know. 

Supplies for Photo 1


  • Student Device (Links to an external site.)
    Students MUST have a laptop with Adobe CC loaded on it. We no longer have a lab with computers for student use. If you are not comfortable with your student checking a device out and are not able to provide a device with the Adobe Suite on it, your student will not be able to remain in the class.

Highly Recommended

We have all of these items for students to use in class, but not enough for a class set. Students won't have to wait for one if they have their own, PLUS it will be a lot easier if they have something they can use at home as well.

  • 8GB or larger flash drive 
    Most students need more storage space than this. Consider a 16GB or an external hard drive instead. Especially if you are in Photo 2, Photo 3, or AP.
  • Card Reader
    There is a SD card reader built into the student devices. If you are not getting a school provided device, these (Links to an external site.) come in a variety of colors. These (Links to an external site.) work fine as well. The school has a few, but we "lose" several of these every year and would make a much appreciated donation! IMPORTANT - if you use Canon and shoot with a CF card we only have ONE card reader for those cards AND there is no CF card slot in the student devices. Definitely get one of your own! (Links to an external site.)
  • SD Card - 8 or 16GB (Links to an external site.)
    Larger card sizes are not recommended. They make it much too easy to just leave everything on the card so when it fails students lose all their images.
  • Digital Camera - dSLR (Links to an external site.) or Compact with Manual controls (Links to an external site.)
    This is NOT required but definitely highly recommended. Any digital camera will do, but a camera with manual controls such as M, S/Tv, and/or A/Av will best suit their needs. We have Nikon d3100, d3200, and d5000 models but ANY brand will do. 

    The school cameras are available for checkout with a signed camera contract for one night only. Due to high demand, cameras must be returned the next school day or the student will not be able to check them out any more.

About Me

Photo Club

Art Department Grading Policies

Tutoring Schedule