Discover how collaborating on poetry, painting or music can inspire your photography.
Date: Jun 24 – 30, 2018
Levels: Intermediate, Advanced
Workshop Fee: $1195
Class Size: 14
Expect to be jolted. Our workshop will stretch your creative horizons and encourage you to experiment, to break new ground by breaking with routine.
Unique amongst photography workshops, you’ll be collaborating with the other talented photographers in our group throughout the creative process. From choosing themes, to seeing, shooting, sharing and building towards your own art show at the end of the week.
Expect to be challenged. Each day we’ll use examples drawn from different artistic disciplines such as painting and music. Eileen and Olaf will show how the works of the masters can inspire a new energy in your photography.
Expect to be delighted. The rewards of sharing creative decisions are well known in music, dance, theatre and film. Visual Conversations bring these rewards to photography. Grow with the flow of ideas. Your individual talents will not be diminished but complimented.
Through daily group discussions, individual feedback and review, Eileen and Olaf will work hard to encourage your growth in developing an exciting and satisfying body of images.
Past student work (left to right): Al Weems, Christina Mcfaul, Vincent Chiarello
Instructor: Eileen McCarney Muldoon
Eileen is a fine arts photographer living and working in Jamestown, RI. Her photographic style has been described as painterly, but she prefers to attribute her style to the gift that photography has given her to see the world with the eyes of an artist. She uses natural light as a means to express emotion. When Eileen is not working on her art, she is teaching photography at local, regional and international workshops.
Instructor: Olaf WIlloughby
Olaf Willoughby is a photographer, writer, researcher and facilitator living in London. His life paths include a career in marketing, where he consults on the use of storytelling to improve business communications, and a passion for photography where he shoots and writes to develop his creativity and fulfill a desire for advocacy.