I am so lucky that over the years people from Germany, Belgium and even Australia came to my workshops. It’s so great that people are willing to travel so far for a workshop. And now I am even more lucky because the wonderful Jackie Kramer have invited me to join her and Don Komarechka to give workshops in July 2019 in Seatlle and Alaska. 

So now I am coming to YOU!! I hope to see you there next year. I am really looking forward to it!

The registration for the Seatlle & Anchorage workshop with Jackie Kramer & Don Komarechka and me is now open.

Please register for Seattle here.

Please register for Anchorage here.

Jackie Kramer has been photographing the natural world, with an emphasis on flowers, since the age 16. She has won awards from The International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) for several of her images and was named Competitor of the Year in 2017 by the Jacksonville Professional Photographers Guild and recognized for being in the Top Ten Photographers. Jackie also maintains an active Facebook group, Phlorography – Artistic Floral Photography, with over 4,500 passionate floral photographers from around the world. Jackie is committed to supporting other photographers and using photography as a medium to build relationships and enrich others’ lives. Website:https://www.luvblooms.com/

Don Komarechka is a nature photographer based in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Auroras, pollen, insects, infrared, & snowflakes can be found in his extraordinary body of work. Don’s first mass-produced book, Sky Crystals: Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes shows his attention to detail and desire to understand the world around him. He has been featured in an episode of The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. A 2017 limited-edition pure silver $20 coin produced by the Royal Canadian Mint features one of Don’s snowflake images. His work with snowflakes will also be featured in Canadian Science and Technology Museum in fall 2017. Don worked with BBC to create the title footage for the documentary series “Forces of Nature”. Credited as a macro photographer in the Discovery documentary “Mosquito”, his ultraviolet fluorescence imagery and complex focus stacking was used extensively in the film. Contributions have also been made to the upcoming National Geographic series “One Strange Rock”. Website: http://www.donkom.ca/

Andrea Gulickx hails from the Netherlands and is widely acclaimed for her ethereal imagery which evokes the essence of everything she photographs. Light seems to transfer through her lens and into her images no matter what optics she uses. In her words, “My images are recognizable by the intimate atmosphere, light, and softness, but also by the power that radiates in the image. By playing with depth of field and natural light, I have created my personal style. Light and emotion are the key ingredients for my photos.” Andrea uses Macro lenses & Lensbaby optics to achieve her incredible effects. Website: https://www.andreagulickx-photography.nl/