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As we head into winter, it is time to start preparing for winter photography season.  This is always a favorite time of year for me to get out.  Even though it is cold, the air is clear, more locations are accessible, and the angle of the sun allows me to shoot all day.  If you would like to learn more about winter photography, I will be giving a lecture at the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum on January 4th, and teaching a ½ day class at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts on February 8th.

Our 2020 schedule is now live.  There are a couple of classes that I am still finalizing.  Those will be updated as soon as possible.

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I am excited to be once again teaching photography classes out at the Arboretum. 


As a nature photographer, the Arboretum offers just about every type of subject matter.  My classes are designed to help you get the most out of your visits.


This year we will be offering some fun and interesting classes out at Hot Sams Foto Park. 

Topics include fire dancers, large scale still life, and light painting.  Each of these classes will provide both a lecture and hands-on.


For 2020, we are heading back to both Ely, MN for our fall workshop and to the Badlands of South Dakota for our early winter workshop.

Dr. Mike Shaw and I are also teaming up to offer a weekend long workshop at the Arboretum. 

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New for 2020, I will be teaching classes at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts.

This is an amazing facility, and I look forward to working with the staff to offer some new exciting workshops.


Once again, I will be offering some free lectures and photo hikes at the refuge.

In October, I will be presenting a new program on photographing America's Public Lands.


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