I offer a series of photography workshops throughout the year in both the United States and on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. For detailed information on each workshop, click on the link below each workshop.
The Isle of Skye Photography Workshop is offered twice a year in spring and fall and features access to lodging and locations only available to someone living on the island. The workshop is limited to six photographers and is designed to provide a focused and intimate environment where you can disconnect from the outside world and immerse yourself for an entire week in photography.
My Silo City Photography Workshops in Buffalo, NY are also offered twice a year in early summer and fall. After moving to Buffalo in 1988, I began a sixteen year documentary project of the Irish grain scoopers who worked along the Buffalo River unloading grain boats into the massive grain elevators which. like sentinels, stand guard at the river's edge. Because of this history with the industry and the area, I have exclusive access to six acres of these grain elevators on private property, which has been named "Silo City". This workshop offers the urban/industrial landscape photographer more imaging opportunities than can be accomplished in the two and a half day timeframe and many attendees return multiple times to fully visually explore the site.
My EyeTeachU Workshops address the other half of my photographic life, imaging in ophthalmology. With my business partner Denice Barsness, we have developed one day courses teaching the essentials of imaging the eye. These courses are offered at various times and locations across the United States and are approved for continuing education credit (CEC) through both the Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO) and the Ophthalmic Photographers' Society (OPS).