The Path to Pro
We’ve put together a special VisionMongers event for anyone wanting to become a working photographer, or those currently making the transition, or struggling. Presentations by both my manager, and the author of Living the Dream, Corwin Hiebert, and myself, for those wanting a truly candid and highly actionable discussion about making money with your photography.
This will be an honest evening about pursuing a challenging dream, and all the cards will be on the table. If you’re looking for a template or pattern to follow, this isn’t it. If you’re looking for solid advice and ideas from two guys who wake up every morning and live the dream, with all its struggles and challenges, then this will be two hours you don’t want to miss.
Participants from The Created Image seminar will also be in attendance, it will be a great night! Tickets are just CAD $40 and the event will take place 7:00pm – 9:00pm on July 11 at the Roundhouse in Yaletown (Vancouver, Canada). Space is very limited.
Postcard from Liguria, Italy
We’re wrapping up the first week of the Italy Within The Frame. We’ve been on the Mediterranean for a week and now heading for Venice to begin one more week of great food, wine, and photography, all of which there is in abundance. I’m not going to lie to you, it’s been rough. I’ve given [...]
The Created Image Seminar
This summer we’re hosting a new 2-day photographic intensive called The Created Image. On July 11 and July 12 we’ll convene on Vancouver’s Roundhouse Community Arts Theatre (Yaletown) for two days of teaching and conversation about the craft and art of photography, designed to take you deeper. Get all the details on our Eventbrite registration [...]
Oaxaca Within The Frame 2013
Join Jeffrey Chapman and me in Oaxaca, Mexico from October 27 to November 03 for a week of Day of the Dead celebrations, amazing food, beautiful culture, and some really wild photographic opportunities. Our trip in 2011 was a ton of fun. We stayed in a really great little hotel, ate our fill of amazing [...]
Lalibela, Ethiopia Within The Frame
The first time I saw the pilgrimage to Lalibela felt like a pilgrimage of my own. Days and days of driving north in what’s a far larger, far more mountainous country than I ever imagined. What I knew of Ethiopia could have been reduced to what I’d learned of it during the heartbreaking famine of [...]