I am so excited to announce that Nadia and I will be partnering this Spring to teach a food and lifestyle photography workshop in Tuscany, Italy.
A 5-day workshop where we will explore the Tuscan nature and food culture.
We will stay at Agriturismo Cantagrillo, visit local markets, olive groves, and meet artisans. We will discuss our food and prop styling philosophy and approach, the basics of food photography, working with natural light and telling a story through images.
So without further ado….
Here are the details:
Where: Vinci, Tuscany, Italy
How many students: limited to 8
How much: The workshop fee is $2,250 (double occupancy) and $2,350 (single occupancy) and includes:
- 4 nights at Agriturismo Cantagrillo
- 3 days of technical and practical instruction with on-location shoots
- 1 full day of sightseeing and exploring the area
- 4 breakfasts
- 4 lunches
- 4 dinners
- Transportation to our workshop activities (it does not include airfare).
- Snacks and refreshments during workshop hours.
- Deposit: $1125 – due once registration is confirmed. Final Payment of $1125 due March 15, 2013.
There will be no refunds for this workshop – please know you can make it before your registration.
Registration will open on December 20th, 2012 at 9:00am EST. Please go here to register.
I hope you are as excited as we are.
Will you join us?
Lastly, just a reminder that I will be in Boston this weekend promoting “Small Plates and Sweet Treats”, which is doing really well. Did you read the New York Times story? They referred to my book as “hearty, inventive fare so marvelously presented and festive that few would guess it’s free of (gluten)”. So pleased with those words…
Saturday, December 8th I will be at Tatte Cambridge from 4-6pm with a food styling demo and book signing.
Sunday, December 9th at Eat Boutique Holiday Market from 1-3pm for a book signing.
Hope to see you there!