workshops

Natural Light Food Photography Workshop

Whether you are a food blogger, a budding food photographer, or someone who just really likes taking pictures of their meals, this class is for you. In this 5-hour workshop, we talk about utilizing natural light, composition, exposure, and much more. Students spend the majority of their time shooting assignments and get to develop their own style and approach to food photography in the process. A digital DSLR is required and a laptop is highly recommended. Suitable for all levels of photographers, (and ideal when taken back to back with Food Styling and Photography!!)

This class is offered more than once in 2015. Please let me know which date you are interested in when you register:

  • February 21
  • May 16

Time: 10am until approximately 3pm

Where: my studio

Cost: $250

To register: email me 

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Food styling and Photography Workshop

Chef and cookbook author, Becky Selengut and I co-teach this class that focuses on food and prop styling, as well as natural light food photography. Students will have lots of time to play with dishes and linens, (have you seen the wall of props in my studio??) and will learn how to make their food look its very best for the camera. If you have previously taken my Natural Light Food Photography class, this is a perfect continuation. It's also a great intro to food photography and styling for the student who already feels comfortable with their camera.

This class is offered more than once in 2015. Please let me know which date you are interested in when you register:

  • February 22
  • May 17

Time: 10am until approximately 3pm

Where: my studio

Cost: $300

To register: email me 

 

3-day Farm to Table Photography Workshop

If you love food and photography and are passionate about documenting where food comes from, this is the class for you. This multiple-day workshop on beautiful Whidbey Island will focus on how to tell a story through photographs. Specifically, you will learn how to tell a story about food. Over the course of 3 days, students will visit and photograph 2 farms and a local farmers market, learn about natural light food photography and styling, and take a whole lot of photographs. There will also be delicious meals and wine, time to relax, and a group critique where students share their work with the group.

Stay tuned for the 2015 workshop! To be announced soon....