Lest you think, due to lack of blog activity, I’ve not been keeping myself busy – au contraire. While the farm is in its winter’s sleep, I’ve been working lately on many different projects – namely those that involve teaching.
I’m also getting ready to join 7 other photographers at the beautiful Inn at Perry Cabin in historic St. Michael’s, Maryland for The Workshop On The Waterfront later this month. I’m happy to report that this workshop is also SOLD OUT and has a waiting list. I can’t wait to meet all 60 attendees as well as my fellow presenters!
This Sunday I’ll be working with 7 photographers at the barn studio for an introductory photography class called “Get Your Camera OFF Auto!” It is an afternoon workshop that promises to be fun, interesting and hopefully a great learning experience for our attendees!
Lastly, I’ve been working this year with individual private clients on their pet photography businesses. I’ve had the profound pleasure to work with some lovely and talented photographers. All gifted, all dedicated to building their business, their brand, and the level of their pet photography. It has truly been my pleasure!
My latest consult was just this past weekend. My client drove from New York with her trusty model, Walter. We worked long and hard. And by the end of the day Walter had had quite enough modeling. Reports have it that he slept all the way home!
So, though winter usually gives us time to regroup, energize and plan for our upcoming year, this winter has also blessed us with a lot of behind the scenes activities -for which we are grateful! If you are interested in any of the above classes, consults or workshops you can email us via the email button at the top of this page! And bring on spring!