Nurture your passions through writing and photography.

Date: Jun 10-16, 2018
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate
Workshop Fee: $1495
Class Size: 12

Whether you consider yourself primarily a writer or a photographer, this is a week dedicated to exploring your passion for both. Join Richard Goodman—a writer with deep visual sensibilities—and Eddie Soloway—a photographer in love with the short essay— as they surround you with ideas and lessons to help clarify your direction and express your voice. While these two genres are different, they emerge from the same creative fountain. They speak to the human heart, and aspire to beauty and truth. You will write and you will make photographs (with any camera) as a means to fine-tune your ideas, and push into territory you may have never considered. Above all, it is a week of making big steps in exploring your voice.

Header image credit: ©Eddie Soloway 

Below Image Credit: ©Eddie Soloway

Instructor: Richard Goodman

Richard Goodman is the author of French Dirt: The Story of a Garden in the South of France, A New York Memoir and The Soul of Creative Writing. His book, The Bicycle Diaries: One New Yorker’s Journey Through 9/11, with original wood engravings by Gaylord Schanilec, is part of the permanent collection of the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Of French Dirt, the San Francisco Chronicle said, “It is one of the most charming, perceptive and subtle books ever written about the French by an American.”

Instructor: Eddie Soloway

Eddie Soloway is a photographer, teacher, and storyteller committed to opening our eyes to the natural world. He has taught photography and creativity for leading photographic institutions and schools around the world. The Santa Fe Center for Photographic Arts (now CENTER) awarded Eddie the Excellence in Photographic Teaching Award, and recently Photo District News named Eddie one of America’s best photography workshop teachers.