Brent Wallace To Teach Photography Class at WCU

Brent Wallace, adjunct professor of photography at William Carey University and certified photographic consultant, will teach a photography class (ART 215.18) at WCU this fall on Tuesday evenings at 5:45 p.m.
The prerequisite of Art 108 has been waived so that any student, faculty, staff, or community member who wishes to take this class can do so. For current art students, it will meet part of the art core requirement.
Wallace, who is the founding member and current president of the Camaraderie Photography Club, retired from Forrest General Hospital as marketing specialist and photographer in 2011. Holding degrees in art and photography, he started shooting professionally in 1980 and has led numerous workshops, photo tours, and classes over the tenure of his career.
“I believe that outstanding images are the results of a team effort guided by the client’s needs,” Wallace said.
Using proven photographic principles coupled with digital technology, he teaches students the essentials and professional approaches to working aesthetically with photography goals. Macintosh computers will be available for all students to use in the classroom during the tenure of the class.
Participants will need to provide their own photography equipment. The class will begin on August 26 and end on November 4.
For more information about the class, contact Dr. Read Diket, professor of art, at (601) 318-6205 or
Brent Wallace, adjunct professor of photography and certified photographic consultant, will teach ART 215.18, a photography class, this fall at WCU.