Wedding Photography Workshop
At The Coalface
October 29th and 30th 2020
National Mining Museum, near Edinburgh, Scotland.
This is my own low key and highly practical wedding photography workshop.
10 Photographers, two models, two days, lots of learning at one of the coolest wedding venues in Scotland.
Cost is £325 for two full days.
For full details please fire an email to me at email@example.com
October 19th – 23rd 2020 – Brighton + Glasgow
Im honoured to have been asked to speak and teach alongside some awesome photographers at ‘Thrive’.
A new wedding photography workshop put on by the mighty Photography Farm
The gatherings put on by photography farm are always great value, they are a place to meet other creatives and learn from some amazing image-makers who fly in from all over the globe to teach and create in a practical setting.
This one is going to be epic! Click link below for Full details.
A Brief History
I studied film and photography in Edinburgh and started my career as a junior photographer on a local newspaper. After a steep learning curve I quickly moved to the national broadsheet press and magazines which took me on assignment to the US, Russia and Europe as well as all over the UK and Scotland.
It was an exciting time for a young photographer and I learned a lot about building visual stories, working to deadlines, dealing with people, problem-solving and shooting in all conditions and under all manner of stress.
After a few years in print journalism and hundreds of photo-assignments under my belt, I jumped ship without a thought and never looked back. I ran away to become a wedding photographer.
Ive now documented around 300+ Weddings and Elopements and I’m still 100% sure its what I want to do.
I’ve shot in all manner of venues and all sizes of wedding and I’m keen to pass on this experience in a ‘real-time’, no BS style.
As well as running my own wedding photography workshops in Scotland and speaking at events, I still attend photography gatherings and feel this is now a vital part of my business.
The industry is ever-changing and now more than ever we have to challenge ourselves creatively, learn from others and make solid connections within the community if we want to stay in the game.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info