shot of the Milky Way along the Oregon Coast
Milky Way over Brookings, September 2021

After 20 months of cancelled workshops (2020 and most of 2021), Hudson Henry and I led four workshops this past fall. We were cautious and protective of our crew during the workshops — you can see our Covid-19 protocol for more — and, in the end, they were a lot of fun. It really was great to get back out into the field with a group of photographers; we shot the Milky Way (left) on the Oregon coast, wildlife and waterfalls in Yellowstone and the Tetons, and the amazing scenery throughout the Moab area.

In 2022, I’ll be assisting Hudson on seven photo workshops. The workshops slated for the first half of the year (Death Valley, Joshua Tree and the Palouse) sold out within hours, but we still have a few spots available in the workshops for the second half of the year, including:

I was recently a guest on Why I Love Leading Workshops, an episode of Hudson’s “Approaching the Scene” series on YouTube. We talked about the workshops we ran this year, showcasing some of the photos we took of the participants, and chatted a little bit of next year’s locations. If you’re curious about what it’s like to be on one of our photo workshops, this video is a good introduction.