Teens in recovery document their lives on film

For the past seven weeks, nine teenage students spent their Tuesday afternoons studying photography at the Everett Public Library with Promising Artists in Recovery, a program created through the Denney Juvenile Justice Center in Everett. Every week students left class with 35 mm film cameras, going out to document everything from their daily lives to friends and family to themselves.

Click here to see some of the photos. More will be added over the next couple of weeks.

Click here to read an earlier story about the program that pairs artists with kids being supervised by Snohomish County’s juvenile drug court.

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