Bookings are now being taken for my 2013 programme of workshops.
All of my workshops cater for photographers with a
wide variety of interests, needs, knowledge and
experience. For more information click on the titles below:-
Workshops with fellow landscape photographer, Mark Banks - New for 2013 are these two 3 day landscape workshops in the Yorkshire Dales (Swaledale) and on the North Yorkshire Coast.
One2One - Personalised support and tuition for individuals looking to improve their photographic skills.
Workshops in partnership with the RHS at Harlow Carr Gardens, North Yorkshire - 1 day workshops catering for photographers of all abilities who want to improve their flower & plant photography.
Workshops on behalf of Aspect2i - 2013 sees me working with Aspect2i (set up by landscape photographer, Paul Gallagher) to provide two 3 day workshops. One based in Whitby, North Yorkshire with an emphasis on creative approaches to landscape photography (see here) and the second in Northumberland concentrating on B&W photography (see here - please note this workshop will run later in 2013; dates still to be announced).
Olympus One Day Workshops - Following the successful one day workshops I ran in 2012 I have been asked by Olympus UK to run more OMD events in 2013. Participants get the chance to work with an Olympus OMD camera & lenses (courtesy of Olympus UK) under my guidance and tuition. For more information and to book please see here.
I have an exciting programme of workshops lined up for 2014 including a 10 day trip to Glencoe & Skye (with Irish andscape photographer Peter Cox) from 28th April to 7th May, a 10 day workshop in Iceland (with Daniel Bergmann) at end September/early October and a workshop in the UK with Joe Cornish. To register your interest or for more information please Contact Me
Bespoke workshops for groups (with the programme, location and date agreed with you) are also available. Please contact me for more information.
If you would like more information or to request a booking form please Contact Me