Group mentor/development sessions

These group mentor/development sessions are run on designated dates throughout the year and each will be given an individual theme.
Group mentor sessions are scheduled to offer a supportive environment in which to explore certain subjects, which I set for the period of time we are working together. These sessions are aimed at anyone who likes to learn in a more social setting. You will still receive 1:1 feedback and be able to ask all your questions, however, not to such an extent as if you took individual mentoring sessions.

Groups are limited to 6 individuals. The first time we meet I will present to you the subject before a Q&A session. Then prior to the 2nd and 3rd sessions I will ask you to complete homework tasks which we will discuss and view the results from the second and third time we meet. These groups are completely closed and offer a safe and supportive learning experience.

Group mentor sessions are for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 individuals

They run for 1- 1.5hrs in length

Run via Zoom

These come in blocks of 3 sessions/3 dates - 70 euros total per person

 

Dates and themes are detailed below - ALL-NEW DATES JUST ADDED

 

Intentional Camera Movement 

Over 3 sessions we will explore the creative process of ICM. Working from a basic understanding of the process, we will build your knowledge so that you can understand why things happen, how you can control them and how you can more creatively express your feelings in this photographic process. Presentations, homework and 1:1 feedback.

6th, 13th and 20th May - Thursdays

20.00-21.30 Central European time (1hr earlier in UK)

 

Multiple exposures with ICM

25th May, 1st and 8th June - Tuesdays - Full

17th and 24th June and 1st July - Thursdays - 1 place available

20.00 - 21.30 Central European time (1hr earlier in UK)

Over 3 sessions we will explore various methods to produce multiple exposure images using ICM images. Non-ICM traditional images will also be utilised during the combination process. Lots of real-life examples showing the process from the initial idea, through capture and then post-processing in photoshop. This is not a workshop to learn in-camera multiple exposure work. Presentations, homework and 1:1 feedback.
 

Creating a cohesive body of work

6th, 13th and 20th July - Tuesdays

20.00 - 21.30 Central European time (1hr earlier in UK)

Over 3 sessions we will explore what makes a cohesive body of work and why you might want to create them. An ideal course for anyone wanting to understand how to make images work together in portfolios, creating photo books, presentations, applying for photographic qualifications or wanting to improve the presence and balance of web albums or social media posts. Presentations, homework and 1:1 feedback.

 

Just a couple of messages of feedback from course participants regarding how much value they gained from following the group mentoring courses.

Loved, loved, loved being a part of this group and enjoyed the camaraderie, enthusiasm and energy of the sessions and participants.  I can’t wait to travel and come visit your neck of the woods! Thank you for sharing the beauty of your areas through ICM.Traci- ICM and multiple exposures group mentoring course.


I really enjoyed this course! I don’t think I have attended a workshop before where everyone was so supportive of each other. Birgitta- ICM and multiple exposures group mentoring course


Thank you so much for the workshops. I learned so much from your input in the first session and was able to put a lot of it into practice. Thank you too to the group - each one of you have inspired me. Your images were so creative and your feedback to each other has given me new ideas to develop my photography. Look forward to seeing you again! Valerie - ICM and multiple exposures group mentoring course

For more reviews check out this link 'Reviews' and to see some of the work created during the courses have a look here at the 'course attendee photos page

 

Please drop me an email at [email protected] to express an interest in any course or to be put on the mailing list for future courses.