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Dates for programs at the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum have been updated on the Arboretum Workshop Page.  Spring and Summer classes are now open for registration. Check the page for information about upcoming classes

I will be doing 5 programs out at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge in 2023.  Spring and Summer date are now set.  Each of these programs is free of charge.  For more information, visit the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Programs Page.

Registration is now open for the Spring Mustangs, Collies & Sheep Photography Retreat, the Fall Route 66 in Arizona Workshop, and the 2024 Winter Photography Workshop on the North Shore!  Visit the On Location Workshops Page for more information.

Starting this fall, I will be offering classes through Roseville Schools District Community Education.  My first class for them will be Digital Photography Fundamentals on September 23rd.  Check Back for more information about the class and registration details.

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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.

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For 2023, there are two on location workshops.

In February 2023, we will be returning to the North Shore for the Winter on the North Shore Workshop.

In October, we will be exploring all that Route 66 in Arizona has to offer.

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For 2023, I am expanding the number of classes being offered through Centennial School District's Community Education Program.  The list of classes we. grow over the course of the year.


The Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge visitor centers have reopened.  Starting in October of 2022, we will be back offering lectures and photo hikes.

All of our programs at the wildlife refuge are free and open to the public.


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