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It has been a very busy fall, and I sure did enjoy all the classes and workshops that took place.

I have been working on next year's offerings.  In addition to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, I will also be teaching at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts.  My first two classes will be in February.  Check back soon for the 2020 schedule.

Due to a travel conflict, the Sunset Photo Hike at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge is now going to be held on November 16th.  Visit the Photo Hikes Page for more details.

Join us in 2019 for one of our workshops.  This year we will be returning to Ely Minnesota in the fall, and The Badlands of South Dakota in early December.  In addition, we will be offering a new class featuring mustangs at a private ranch in Wisconsin.


At both of these locations we work hard to make sure you are able to photograph some fantastic locations. 

On Location Workshops

After it gets dark is no reason to put away the camera.  This is where we can really get creative.  This year we will be offering two classes.  In May, we will be featuring a Night Photography Class.  In October, we are collaborating with Hot Sams for a Light Painting Class.


These classes combine in the classroom lectures along with time in the field. 

Night Photography Classes


I am very excited to announce that we will be teaching several classes throughout the year at the arboretum including classes in Lightroom, landscape photography, macro, flowers, birds, and even a class on photographing people in nature. 

Classes at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum


Once again we are volunteering out at the refuge.  We will be conducting 6 programs this year, 4 of which are accompanied by a lecture. 


These events are all free and open to the public. 

Photo Hikes at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge

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