Larry Green's Bio

Larry Green received a degree from OSU-Okmulgee in Photography Technology and received an

alternative teaching certificate for College and Career Readiness from OSU Stillwater. He also has a

photography and technical and industrial instructor certification. For the last 9 years, Larry has been

teaching photography full-time for Tulsa Public Schools as a certified Career Tech educator.

He teaches film and darkroom, alternative processes, the history of photography, hand-coloring,

digital photography, Photoshop & Lightroom, and studio photography. He is a certified Professional

Photographer through the Professional Photographers of America. As a strong advocate of hands-on

learning, Larry started teaching at TCC in 2016 part time for Continuing Education and Workforce

Development. He enjoys working with adults and teaches Macro, Photography after Dark, Level 1 & 3.

Larry has received many distinguished awards in Photography and has been involved in many photography

projects over the years. Included is the Race Riot Survivor Project, a permanent collection at the

Greenwood Cultural Center that Larry hand-printed on fiber-based paper. He has worked on numerous

projects with the Tulsa Health Department including Desert Food Banks and The Hazards of Teen’s

Smoking. For the last 14 years, he has been involved with the Waiting Child Program. Larry is an

American veteran and served proudly in the U.S. Army.