Space Is Limited
Enjoy the best of New Mexico’s high deserts.
Develop a personal project to deepen your visual voice.
Discover your story and tell it in your way.
Learn image selection and sequencing strategies.
Deepen your understanding of composition.
Use post-processing tools to enhance your distinctive style.
Explore multi-shot techniques to overcome technical limitations and expand possibilities.
Let your vision direct your craft, not the other way around.
Join me for a magnificent adventure in “the land of enchantment” New Mexico.
In this unique workshop, you’ll travel through the finest highlights of New Mexico’s high deserts.
The first half of this workshop is based in Alamogordo home to one of the most beautiful dune fields in the world – White Sands National Park. You won’t believe the variety of dunes you’ll find or the number of colors they present as the light changes throughout the day. It’s exquisite!
The second half of this workshop is based in O’Keeffe country – Abiquiu.
We’ll visit the O’Keeffe Museum and her private residence at Ghost Ranch and the beautiful landscapes that inspired her that are sure to inspire you – Red Rocks, Echo Amphitheater, White Place, and more.
With a long history in the arts, Santa Fe is the third-largest art market in the country, home to PhotoEye, and countless other galleries. You’ll not only make great photographs, but you’ll also see many more as well.
I was raised in New Mexico so it feels like coming home to me.
Limited class size offers individual guidance while stimulating an active dialog amid a diverse group of participants.
My workshops offer an unparalleled opportunity to develop your personal vision at exotic locations in a supportive community.
Demonstrations, exercises, and feedback will help you grow your existing skills and talents revealing new ways of seeing and thinking that will energize and strengthen your authentic creative voice.
The many resources I provide will help you prepare to make the most of your workshop experience and continue developing long afterward.
“I expected pretty much just a tour with guidance available and was blown away by how much it was about creativity from the inside out, rather than the typical workshop. It was really about us and our process of seeing, looking and creating against a backdrop of fall colors. The exercises were well thought out and built on each other. This is a workshop that is really head and shoulders above all the others I’ve been to.”
Become A Part Of Our Community
.When you take a workshop you become a part of a community.
You discover how much you have to learn from others – and how important that is.
You also discover how much you have to give to others – and how good that feels.
You’ll want to stay in touch with your fellow participants.