Jonathan Lovekin is coming to Seattle to teach a photography workshop – something I cannot stop thinking about.
You know the people in this world that inspire you so much in your daily life? When you can get lost in their work and imagine how it is they do what they do. Jonathan Lovekin has been this for me for the last few years. Pure inspiration.
You have probably seen his work everywhere from all the beautiful Nigel Slater books like Tender, Ripe, The Kitchen Diaries and many more. As well as Ottolenghi’s Plenty and also Jerusalem. His use of light evokes so much emotion and there is such whispering simplicity in his work. An English moodiness I love.
Jonathan will be coming to Seattle this July thanks to Ritchie Ace Camps to teach a workshop about food, light, still life and landscape.
I am so fortunate that I will be able to host him in my studio and style food for his photography demos. There will be time in the studio discussing his approach on light, composition, time dedicated to hands-on demos, but also time spent exploring Seattle and capturing moments of still life and movement to tell a story of food and people.
Here are the details.
WHERE: Seattle, WA
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
* 3 day workshop with Jonathan Lovekin
* A one-on-one personal session with Jonathan Lovekin
* 4 nights at an exclusive home in Seattle, Washington (Based on double occupancy. Some rooms are single occupancy and will be on first come basis)
* 4 breakfasts
* 3 lunches
* 4 dinners
* Snacks + beverages during the workshop
* Transportation to and from location shoots
FEE: $2549.00 – airfare is not included. Deposit is $1349.00 – due when place in workshop is confirmed. Final Payment of $1200.00 due April 25, 2014.
I am sharing this because, truly, this will be the highlight of my year and I hope you can join too.
All images in this post are courtesy of Jonathan Lovekin.