Discover how collaborating on poetry, painting or music can inspire your photography.

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Connect with the artist within. This is a chance to break new ground by breaking with your photographic routine. Unique amongst photography workshops, each day Eileen and Olaf introduce the work of a master drawn from a different artistic discipline to coach your creative right brain into action. You’ll be challenged to photograph poetry, to use music as a stimulus to shoot a series of images and much more…  

Our class allows your intuition to flourish. In addition to shooting solo, you’ll collaborate with other talented photographers in our group throughout the creative process. From choosing themes to seeing, shooting and building towards your own art show at the end of the week.

Through daily group discussions, individual feedback and review, Eileen and Olaf will work hard to help you develop a meaningful and satisfying body of unexpected images throughout the week.

Sponsored by Leica. Complimentary access to Leica cameras & lenses.

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Instructor: Eileen McCarney Muldoon

Eileen is a fine art 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. Her work has been exhibited at Newport Art Museum, The Providence Art Club, Mystic Arts Center and numerous galleries throughout New England and New York. Additionally, Eileen has had two books published and is currently working on her third.

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. Olaf is the co-founder of The Leica Meet a Facebook/website group that currently nearly 18,000 members.   He has been endorsed by the World Wildlife Fund in the distribution of 5,000 ebooks to raise money for environmental causes, and was featured on the International Polar Year website. Over the past several years Olaf has spoken on the art of using storytelling to improve business communications in London, Basel, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Athens and Chicago.