I have now joined a number of my colleagues at The Photo Society in our just launched Image Review program in which National Geographic photographers are available to review portfolios. My profile in this program has just gone up and I look forward to being available for some portfolio review bookings by sometime next month. This should be a great opportunity for photographers everywhere to gain some insight and advancement in their photography. Check out ThePhotoSociety website for details.
It greatly pleases me to announce that I’ll be doing a workshop in Bangkok, Thailand next month. From January 23 to 28 I’ll be part of the “Beyond The Frame” photographic workshop along with editorial and travel photographer Gavin Gough, and photojournalist Jack Kurtz, both of whom live and work out of Bangkok. We’ll be exploring much of that fantastic city, putting together stories of all kinds in a place that teems with visual resources. We’re holding the workshop to a maximum of 15 attendees. You can check it out at www.gavingough.com and look for “Beyond The Frame” workshop.
Here’s some links to a workshop and an evening presentation I’m doing in New Orleans next month, November 9th to 14 with a special evening presentation November 15.
I’m very much looking forward to a return to New Orleans. It’s been quite a while since I’ve been there. I’m eager to experience some great food and some wonderful picture opportunities. And my friends at Rear Curtain have all the right spirit and enthusiasm to make this quite special.