The purpose of these intensive three-day workshops is to help you understand the aesthetic, emotional, and narrative aspects of photography as storytelling. Our focus is on refining your abilities to tell effective visual stories and help you discover your unique visual language through hands-on, practical exercises, personalized working critiques and instruction for photographing how people exist within their communities.
It's the people we pass on the street that can affect our lives as easily as we can affect theirs. Our challenge is to slow down, reconnect with people and our environment, and make photographs that move beyond the stereotypes about your community and present your own visual narratives.
We will discuss ways to use the camera to give voice to a community by approaching people, building relationships, and making insightful images in their natural environment with our workshop focus on photographing, editing and sequencing as the key elements in achieving meaning and determining what we say with the personal narratives we create.
It's the people we pass on the street that can affect our lives as easily as we can affect theirs. Our challenge is to slow down, disconnect from our pods, and reconnect with people and our environment. You are encouraged to make photographs that move beyond the stereotypes and popular images of your communities to present your own visual narratives.