A gleeful buhbye to winter, let's get out for some shooting! I am thrilled to offer a selection of workshops and events, new classes, and in new locations. Hope to see you soon! If you see something you wish I were offering in your neck of the woods, don't hesitate to give me a shout . We can make it happen.
SATURDAY APRIL 12TH THE KNITTING LOFT WASHINGTON DC
Have you checked out this new-ish yarn shop right on Capitol Hill? What an amazing location for us to shoot knits in. Join me for a fun class that'll spark up your photographs of knits, yarn, crafts and the world around you. Details from the link, sign up now to get a seat!
This event is part of the 2nd weekend of the Metro DC Yarn Crawl,
so get yourself in on that, too.
MONDAY APRIL 28TH CHAPPAQUA NY 7 PM
an hour of fast, fun, jargon-free ideas about shooting knitwear
(only $5. for non-members )
more to be posted soon...there's a bunch of good stuff on the way...
registration goes live April 1st
I'm returning to one of my favorite haunts, Searsport Maine. I hate how the word unique is overused and misused in the creative world--but truly, Fiber College is a unique gathering. It'll be my 4th year, and it makes the bittersweet end to summer tilt toward sweet, each time.
- all day Friday Savvy Storytelling writing +photography workshop with Beverly Army Williams, for anyone who wants to enliven their blog or website in and empowering way
- Saturday, a Photo Scavenger Hunt workshop. This is going to be so.much.fun. You'll learn tips and techniques to improve your photogrpahy while being challenged to seek images--this year the Gees Bend Quilters will be teaching, along with an amazing array of others and vendors, so we will have so much to shoot in this lovely and unique waterfront setting.
Don't wait too long, I have a feeling this year is going to sell out.
And, if you prefer to learn at your own pace, or maybe a workshop isn't in your immediate future:
my webinar from Interweave : Photography for Knitters
It's a download that you can watch as many times as you wish, recorded from alive broadcast. Have you tried any webinars? They're a great idea with a terrible Elmer-Fuddish name. The images and talk are very much what you might see and hear from me in the first hour of a workshop, but of course, the hands-on part is all on your own, any way you want to do it.