Category: Workshops

2013 Moab Photo Symposium

2013 Moab Photo Symposium

| November 5, 2012 | 1 Reply

Registration is now open for the 2013 Moab Photo Symposium, which may well be the best one yet. I’m honored to be part of this fantastic panel of presenters and instructors. Book your spot early. I’m sure it will fill up quickly.

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Workshop Highlight: Canadian Rockies, Oct/Nov 2013

Workshop Highlight: Canadian Rockies, Oct/Nov 2013

| October 25, 2012 | Reply

Some years ago I had the pleasure of meeting photographers Darwin Wiggett and Samantha Chrysanthou in Alberta. This was my first visit to the area, and they were generous enough to take me on a gorgeous hike in the Rockies. We stayed in touch over the years and finally decided to design a unique workshop […]

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New Visionary Workshops Site

New Visionary Workshops Site

| August 29, 2012 | Reply

Following up on the success of our Visionary branded workshops in 2012, Michael Gordon and I decided to expand our offerings with additional dates and additional locations. New in 2013 will be a Moab workshop, and we are in the process of designing one more summer offering that will be announced soon. Please visit our […]

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Eastern Sierra Workshop – October 15, 2012

Eastern Sierra Workshop – October 15, 2012

| August 24, 2012 | Reply

As demand for our Eastern Sierra workshop exceeded our capacity, Jack Graham and I decided to offer an additional date this coming fall. Join Jack and me for an exciting four-day photographic tour of fall color, spectacular scenery, ancient bristlecone pines, the Bodie ghost town and, of course, the majestic mountain scenery of this beautiful […]

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2012 Workshop Roundup

2012 Workshop Roundup

| May 23, 2012 | Reply

For anyone interested in attending a workshop this year, there are still a few openings available: June 10th, 2012. My one-day workshop at the Sedona Photo Fest will focus on creative skills, both in the field and in the digital studio. While you’re there, you can also partake in many other photo-related activities and presentations […]

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2012 Moab Photo Symposium

2012 Moab Photo Symposium

| January 13, 2012 | Reply

It is my great pleasure to join a fantastic panel of presenters and instructors in this year’s Moab Photo Symposium. Please join us this May for three days of photography and inspiration in one of the most spectacular settings on Earth.

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Eastern Sierra Workshop

Eastern Sierra Workshop

| May 12, 2011 | 1 Reply

After a short hiatus from teaching, I am excited to announce an upcoming autumn workshop in the Eastern Sierra. Photographer and friend Jack Graham and I will be co-teaching the workshop Starting October 13,2011. Note that this is an expansion of Jack’s existing workshop, which was already sold-out. As I will be joining Jack, we […]

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Getting The Most Out Of A Workshop

Getting The Most Out Of A Workshop

| September 3, 2009 | 1 Reply

Photographic workshops can offer tremendous learning and growth opportunities and are usually a lot of fun, for  participants and instructors alike. However, not all workshops are created equal. As a workshop and tour leader, I wanted to offer some personal insight that may help those trying to find the right workshop and get the most […]

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They (Literally) Don’t Know What They’re Missing

They (Literally) Don’t Know What They’re Missing

| August 19, 2009 | 5 Replies

One of my favorite things to do when preparing for a workshop is to scout new locations. Some might think it a safer bet to take students to places one is very familiar with, but the Creative Landscape Workshop I’ll be leading with Michael Gordon later this year is different. On this workshop the goal […]

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Excellence Is In The Margins

Excellence Is In The Margins

| February 8, 2009 | 7 Replies

The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work. –Emile Zola Ever wonder what makes one image “better” than another? In some cases it may be obvious – one may have more compelling subject matter, another might suffer from poor technique, some benefit from fortuitous circumstances (“same place, but with […]

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