Workshops are an informative and interactive way of advancing specific skills in photography.

Whether you are a complete novice to photography and are keen learn the basics of landscape photography, or a have a good understanding of the fundamentals and want to advance your skills further, there are a number of workshops I run to help you better capture the wonders that nature has to offer.




Seeing a beautiful scene in front of us is easy absorb and appreciate, as our eyes naturally gravitate to the beauty around us. Translating what we see with our eyes to what gets captured on a photograph is not as simple to do.


Learning the basics of landscape photography, such as how tell a story with our photographs through composition, and how to control the light we let into our cameras to better represent what our eyes see are crucial elements in learning to take better photographs.


And what better way to learn these basics than in relaxed, interactive and engaging sessions followed by practical application with one-on-one attention.


If you’re looking to get started with landscape photography this is the course for you.




In the age of digital photography editing a photograph is an essential step in getting it to look like how you saw it with your own eyes. Modern day cameras simply can't capture what eyes see and the feeling we got when we saw what we saw.

To compensate for this we need to digitally adjust light, colour and contrast throughout a photo to achieve certain effects.

Applications such as Adobe Lightroom provide us with great features that help take a photograph from average to wow!

If you're looking to advance your photo editing skills come join us for an informative and hands-on workshop.




So you've see that dreamy photograph with silky smooth water and long wavy clouds... but you don't know how to achieve that effect yourself.

Then the Long Exposure workshop is just the course for you!

To achieve these serene effects landscape photographers use filters to help control the amount of light that is let into their camera. This gives greater flexibility in deciding how long you want to leave your camera shutter open for. 

What better way to learn these techniques than by experimenting with filters with an expert by your side.

If you're new to the world of long exposure, or have just been struggling to use the filters you already own then this course will help you achieve those desired effects.