PetersValley.org > Photography

InteriorBanner

PV_logo_2013

Peters Valley Craft Center ~ Photography Workshops 2014

- Lunches are included in the price of tuition. Visit our Lodging and Meals page to learn more about our on-campus options.

- Workshops run from 9:00am to 5:00pm each day and the studio is open most evenings for open studio work if desired.

- A printable version of this studio's offerings is available by clicking here.

 

A ‘Shot’ in the Park
Andy Schmitt
May 17-18

Join noted photographer Andy Schmitt for 2 days of looking, photographing and experimenting with your camera in the beautiful Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area where the Peters Valley Campus is located. Enjoy the flora, fauna and historic landscape while improving your photographic skills. Though this is primarily a digital class, the camera you bring is the camera you will use, be it film, digital or an iPhone, all are welcome. There will be studio/lab time for photographers to review their images, share your Digital work with the class and print a few.
Beginner and Beyond
Andy Schmitt is a Photographer and has been the Department head of Photography for Peters Valley Craft Center for 13 years now. He has been involved in Photography for 45+ years. Professionally, he has also been a chemist, systems designer and web programmer but happily has focused on Photography and all the potential of image making techniques available. Andy works in most forms of traditional, alternative & digital photography, both lensed and otherwise. Andy’s work has been exhibited and collected both in the USA and overseas.
Tuition: $300
Studio/Materials Fee: $20

 

Film in the Park
Andy Schmitt
May 24-25

Spend 2 days in the incredible surroundings that is in the beautiful Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area where the Peters Valley Campus is located, shooting your favorite cameras and films (or bring some new ones) and an evening in a wonderfully equipped darkroom processing them. Use your favorite developer or try something new, like Caffenol. B/W paper will be available for contact printing up to 8x10 negatives. You are welcome to bring along your digital equipment but the printing will be exclusively Analog.
Beginner and Beyond
Andy Schmitt is a Photographer and has been the Department head of Photography for Peters Valley Craft Center for 13 years now. He has been involved in Photography for 45+ years. Professionally, he has also been a chemist, systems designer and web programmer but happily has focused on Photography and all the potential of image making techniques available. Andy works in most forms of traditional, alternative & digital photography, both lensed and otherwise. Andy’s work has been exhibited and collected both in the USA and overseas.
Tuition: $300
Studio/Materials Fee: $20

 

Pushing your Creative Boundaries with the iPhone
Cat Morris
May 30-June 1

Apple's iPhone has opened up a completely new way for artists and photographers to create and share their work. This workshop will explore some of the more artistic Apps available and how an artist can push their own creative boundaries with their use. We will spend time shooting with the iPhone, learning about work flow, asset management and the importance of resolution and color space. We'll explore the different Apps (a list will be sent prior to the class) and learn about "app stacking", masking, layering etc. There will be discussions about sharing our work with the world at large - learning about some of the more artistic social media options, juried fine art sites & alternative printing methods and materials. The final day of the workshop we will all share at least one finished piece of art with the rest of the group in a digital or printed gallery.
Beginner and Beyond
Cat Morris started creating art with her iPhone 4s in early 2012. The last few years has seen Cat teaching for Apple and helping others hone their creative skills and this past September she launched her new textile & surface design business, CatMorris Designs. Her work has been shown at numerous galleries and was included in the Mobile Masters presentation & eBook as part of the Third Wave show, at MacWorld 2012 in San Francisco CA. Cat is a founding artist of the New Era Museum (NEM) based in Florence Italy and has received many “picks” from the juried site, P1xels: The Art of the iPhone, The AppWhisperer & Photo Lab Art & Soul. Lastly Cat received three honorable mentions in the 2012 Mobile Photo Awards in Abstracts & Appstract Digital Painting. You can view her work at www.catmorris.com, NEM: New Era Museum or at www.iphoneart.com & P1xels.
Tuition: $385
Studio/Materials Fee: $20

 

Self-Portraiture
Linda Troeller
June 6-8

Self-Portraiture builds an understanding of where we are in life and where we can go in the future. This workshop is designed to take participants to another level through exploration with a mirror, role-playing and creating narrative fantasies. Snapping the shutter on oneself daily during the workshop, students can discover how their camera can serve as reassurance for their psyche, dramatize their fears and joys and find new ideas for other photography directions. Through experiments such as photographing in locations where they feel weak or strong, they learn to use the camera as valuable interpretative wand. Assignments as a group and individually focus on the body, social class, sexuality and the development of their personality including use of wigs, make-up and personal objects. There will be discussions/lectures on the art practice by other contemporary photographer's self-portrait projects. We will review each photographer's portfolio to see how their self investigation can dramatically transform their approaches.
Beginner and Beyond
Linda Troeller has been published by Aperture with her Pictures of the Year award winning book, Healing Waters and by Scalo, Switzerland for her book, Erotic Lives of Women which was exhibited at Fotohof, Austria and traveled to Switzerland and Germany. Her book Chelsea Hotel: An Artist's Memoir, was reviewed in the New York Times and featured in Vogue, Italy and in 2013 won the Special Prize at the Teplice Photo Festival, Prague. In the1980's she created the TB-AIDS Diary, which traveled from Houston Fotofest’s "Testimonies" show curated by A.D. Coleman, world-wide from the Havana Biennial to a recent exhibition at the Image Arts Gallery, Ryerson University, Toronto. She won the Women of Achievement Award from Douglass College and has lectured at Yale, PhotoNOLA and universities in Medellin, Colombia and Bournemouth, England. Her MFA is from Syracuse University. www.lindatroeller.com
Tuition: $385
Studio/Materials Fee: $30

 

Photography for Non-Photographers
Cody Goddard
June 6-10

Part art form, part science, photography can be overwhelming for people who want to make use of it. In this workshop we will be covering the technical basics of digital photography in an accessible and exploratory way, giving you the tools you need to begin taking control of your camera and photographs and make better images.
Beginner to Intermediate
Cody Goddard works as a multimedia developer at the College of Arts and Architecture at Penn State. He received his BFA in art with concentration in photography and BA in integrative arts from Penn State in 2010. Cody is well-versed in both analog and digital processes, and creates a variety of videos and still images in his role at Penn State. He is frequently asked to give lectures and demonstrations to non-photography students to help them take better photographs of their work. Cody has wide-ranging interests that influence his work, including woodworking, metalworking, new media art, and sculpture. www.codexphoto.com
Tuition: $550
Studio/Materials Fee: $40

 

Craft Yourself…Online!
Ennis Carter, Social Impact Studios
June 7-8

Spreading the word today can be challenging. But with so many new forms of media, it’s a great time to represent your work and your journey as a craftsperson online. You just need the skills to make the most of what’s available. In this 2-day workshop, we’ll review theory about online communications; review the ins & outs of online tools; and dive in for hands-on practice (with your laptop or tablet) to fit your individual style and needs. We will cover; best ways to showcase your work online, building or joining artist & gallery websites, how social media can be a tool for working artists, online promotion & advertising, building a global community of people who love your work. Whether you need a basic website or to dive into social media, you’ll have the opportunity to focus on what fits you and your abilities the best. By the end of the workshop, we want you to walk away with the basics in place, knowledge of tools, and the skills to enhance your online presence over time.
Beginner and Beyond

Ennis Carter opened Social Impact Studios in 1996, since then Social Impact Studios has combined artistry & activism to promote important social issues. They believe good causes should get more attention than anything else. And they believe thoughtful, beautiful and meaningful communication is still the best way to engage and motivate. Social Impact Studios is a creative hub where groups and creative activists collaborate, learn and do the work. From concept to creation, they design action plans, visuals, messages and moving grassroots experiences that make a social impact – together. www.socialimpactstudios.com
Tuition: $300

 

Photography: The Window to the Soul
Laurie Klein
June 13-17

This is a project based workshop for students of all abilities, even for smart phone users. Come and learn exciting techniques that will enhance your natural, intuitive, creative abilities. Discover the same methods that great photographers and other artists use to tap into their soul and create their unique visual voice.
Beginner and Beyond
Laurie Klein is an award-winning fine art, educator, and portrait photographer. She is the author of Hand Coloring Black and White Photography, a contributing writer for PPA magazine, Rangefinder and Photocraft Source Book. Her work has been published in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, House Beautiful, Ladies Home Journal, Brides Magazine, Modern Bride, Ridgefield Magazine and others. Her work is held in private collections and museums. She is sought after for her exclusive commissions and extraordinary creativity workshops. Laurie has a MFA in photography from Ohio University and BFA from RIT. She studied with Ansel Adams. Kodak, Fuji, Prismacolor, and Curtis Paper have been her sponsors. A gifted photo educator for over 25 years, Laurie teaches classes and workshops both nationally and internationally. Teaching venues include: Peter’s Valley, Western CT State University, University of Bridgeport, Naugatuck Community College, Ohio University, Phillips Academy – Andover, Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, and Marco Island Art League. She also mentors high school students who are interested in photography. Laurie Klein is recognized worldwide for her photography, shooting almost exclusively in the arresting infrared spectrum. Her work embodies a soft passionate style that most often depicts the feminine experience, relationships and landscapes. As time went on, she added to her photographic workshops and shoots, the wisdom, ritual and spirituality that only 30+ years experience can gather. www.laurieklein.com
Tuition: $550
Studio/Materials Fee: $160

 

Photographic Composition Intensive
Bruce Barlow
June 20-24

We will spend five days solely on composition. No technical stuff, no fancy cameras, lenses, Photoshop, etc. We'll build a toolkit of elements of composition, and explore how we can use them to strengthen the emotional impact of our pictures. There will be minimal lecturing, and a lot of exercises. Highly experienced photographers have taken this workshop and found it valuable. A point-and-shoot digital camera is completely acceptable, but some kind of digital camera is required. Students will have a deeper knowledge of composition, and their "hit rate" of Keepers should improve.
Beginner and Beyond
Bruce Barlow has been involved with teaching workshops since he signed on as an apprentice at Fred Picker's Zone VI Workshop in 1985. He and Richard Ritter have run Fine Focus Workshops since 2002. Bruce has published a number of articles in View Camera and LensWork magazines, and wrote two books: Finely Focused and More Finely Focused, both of which are available from his website, www.bwbarlow.wordpress.com Bruce traveled the country in 2013, living in a Chevy Express Cargo Van, experiencing the country, making photographs, and collecting his adventures for an upcoming book. He is in the process of settling in Maine, and living happily ever after.
Tuition: $550
Studio/Materials Fee: $60

 

Wet Plate Collodion Photography: Tintypes to Ambrotypes
Craig J. Barber
June 27-30

The Wet Plate Collodion photographic process is a beautiful way to create handmade photographs unlike any other. This intensive, hands-on workshop is an excellent opportunity to learn this process. The workshop is designed so you will leave with a solid understanding of the Wet Plate Collodion process, thereby enabling you to continue when you return home. You will learn to make both tintypes photographic plates (direct positives on metal) and ambrotypes (direct positives on glass plates). In addition to learning how to pour, expose and develop your plates, you will also learn how to mix the necessary chemical formulas, where to purchase supplies, and how to set up a studio for wet plate Collodion photography. Each student will also receive a "How-to" Handbook.
Intermediate to Advanced
Craig J. Barber is a photographer who travels and works using antiquarian processes and focuses on the cultural landscape. During the past 19 years he has focused his camera on Vietnam, Havana, and the Catskill region of New York State, documenting cultures in rapid transition and fading from memory. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America and is represented in several prominent museum and private collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Brooklyn Art Museum; the George Eastman House, Rochester, NY; and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, among others. He has received several grants including the Seattle Arts Commission, the Polaroid Corporation and the New York Foundation for the Arts. In 2006 Umbrage Editions published his book, Ghosts in the Landscape: Vietnam Revisited. www.craigbarber.com
Tuition: $470
Studio/Materials Fee: $190

 

The Intense Photographic Portrait
Bruce Byers
July 4-7

Have you ever wondered how photographers capture the right moment when taking a portrait? What is the thought pattern that develops as the person sits down in front of your camera? Can you learn how to overcome the uneasiness of your subject staring back at you? This workshop will help answer these questions and many more as we explore the creating of a powerful portrait. Over the past 40 years Bruce Byers has been creating portraits of thousands of people, from the simple studio image to shooting on the streets of the world. Bruce will teach what it takes to be in control behind the camera as you create. This workshop will include studio set-ups, location set-up and street moments. It is required that you know the workings of your camera as we will be shooting as much as possible. A good digital camera that shoots raw is a must. This is not a "learn your camera" workshop; it is to help you develop your eye and skills to reach a higher level of image making. There will be daily critiques which will be straightforward and to the point. We will want to be shooting as much as possible and each critique will be a step to the final portrait. It will be an intense look into your ability to look at your subject as part of the frame, therefore helping you to create an image that includes the Portrait.
Intermediate to Advanced
Bruce Byers has spent over 35 years perfecting the art of observing. With a wealth of professional experience matched with a sensitive eye, Byers captures his observations photographically with evocative results. The images reflect a range of emotions, immersing the viewer in a world of private moments that most of us would otherwise miss. Unstaged and unstructured, these images reflect spontaneous moments of introspection, isolation, joy, serenity and playfulness. The genuine feelings communicated in Byers work represent the true spirit of life in its everyday guise. Byers has traveled all over the world preserving his observations on film. He explains, "I am intrigued by the emotional power of an individual's private reveries, typically unobserved by the outside world." “I have been capturing images for many years. The photographs define my life with a focus on time. “My idea is to give the viewer the feeling that there is a past, present and a future in each image. Because they are incomplete stories, the viewer usually projects his own experiences and completes the story in their own mind. My hope is that they look at the image a little longer than most photographs and therefore remember them.” www.brucebyersphotography.com
Tuition: $470
Studio/Materials Fee: $100

 

Creative Photographic Lighting Workshop
John Carlano
July 25-27

This workshop will stress the value of controlling light in various photographic situations including portraits, still lives, and environmental settings. Through practical demonstrations participants will be exposed to ways to add light to any photographic situation in a thoughtful and creative way. This includes both hot lights and flash. All you need is a camera, preferably digital, and curiosity! We will work as a class in small groups to solve problems presented by anyone in the group as well as ones that arise while we are working. Working digitally will expedite the shooting as well as the critiquing processes. Discussions will reckon with various sensibilities from the conservative to the experimental.
Beginner and Beyond
John Carlano stays busy running a commercial photography studio located in The Crane Arts Building in Philadelphia. John’s client list is diverse ranging from art-based to corporate-based interests, from product shooting for Motorola or RCA, to portraits for the various schools at The University of Pennsylvania, or diverse magazine assignments, or shooting tequila production in Mexico for The Siembra Azul Corporation. John’s primary interest remains in a life long investigation of fine art based image making, changing materials and content whenever it seems appropriate. For 20 years John worked with chemically altering silver prints to achieve patinas beyond toning, manifested in portraits, still lives, and landscapes. Currently he is discovering how digital technologies can address similar visual concerns in a way that is less toxic to the environment and his own body, photographing "photographs" and manipulating the image in multiple ways. John's photographs have been shown nationally and internationally since 1978. He has taught photography at The University of the Arts since 1980. www.carlanophoto.com
Tuition: $385
Studio/Materials Fee: $40

 

Polaroid to the IMPOSSIBLE
Ray Yaros
July 25-28

The Polaroid manipulated image continues it’s rebirth. The Impossible Project is now producing various B&W and color instant integral films for the Polaroid SX70 and 600 cameras. Polaroid image transfers and lifts live on via the use of Fuji peel apart films available as pack and 4x5 films that fit the same cameras, backs and copiers as the Polaroid films. This workshop is for visual artists and photographers who wish to create one-of-a-kind images, interpreting their subject by capturing its essence not just making a record. We will explore 3 different techniques using the new materials: manipulating SX70 images, image transfers and emulsion lifts. While they are used in a similar manner to the original Polaroid materials, the new films require some different techniques to work successfully. These will be provided, followed by lots of lab time for practice and experimentation. 35 mm slides or 4x6 to 8x10 prints are recommended as originals. Several different cameras, both normal & pinhole, will be available to shoot directly on the film.
Beginner and Beyond
Ray Yaros is a fine art photographer who is known for his finely crafted large format black and white images. In 1996 he began experimenting with the Polaroid emulsion lift process in order to express his feelings about the natural objects he photographed rather than simply a photorealistic record.
Tuition: $470
Studio/Materials Fee: $100

 

 Pixel to the Bookshelf: Making a book from the digital file to a bound book
Eric Kunsman
August 1-3

This intensive workshop will take you through the entire process of designing a book from digital files to a bound book. A series of photographs or digital art will be laid out into a book utilizing Adobe InDesign and then printed using Epson printing technology. Participants will complete a proof layout to be reviewed by workshops participants before final printing. Upon completion each artist book will be bound before departing the workshop. Each artist book will be a case-bound book with a standard size of 9.5" x 10.5". No experience is necessary with InDesign or bookbinding but workshop participants need to bring a minimum of 20 digital files ready for layout.
Beginner and Beyond
Eric Kunsman is a photographer and book artist who is currently teaching as an adjunct professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He holds his MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from the University of the Arts. Eric also holds a MS in Electronic Publishing/Graphic Arts Media, a BS in Biomedical Photography and a BFA in Fine Art Photography, all from Rochester Institute of Technology. He currently owns and maintains Booksmart Studio, a fine art digital printing studio that specializes in the fine book, along with other service for artists and photographers. www.booksmartstudio.com
Tuition: $385
Studio/Materials Fee: $165

 

Bodies in Water
Laurie Klein
August 8-12

Photography in and around water presents unique challenges and opportunities. In this workshop we will use the human form in water to explore the many techniques for creating stunning metaphoric images. By conducting daily shooting exercises, you will gain insight and knowledge about reflectivity, exposures in changing conditions, and the pros and cons of black & white, infrared and color photography under these conditions. Best of all will be the fun and unpredictability that only water offers. You will learn special pre-visualization techniques, as well as how to pose your subject and use artificial textures to create organic results. In addition, there will be end-of-day group interaction, group critiquing and an opportunity for individual critiquing of your portfolio by Laurie Klein.
Beginner to Advanced
Laurie Klein is an award-winning fine art, educator, and portrait photographer. She is the author of Hand Coloring Black and White Photography, a contributing writer for PPA magazine, Rangefinder and Photocraft Source Book. Her work has been published in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, House Beautiful, Ladies Home Journal, Brides Magazine, Modern Bride, Ridgefield Magazine and others. Her work is held in private collections and museums. She is sought after for her exclusive commissions and extraordinary creativity workshops. Laurie has a MFA in photography from Ohio University and BFA from RIT. She studied with Ansel Adams. Kodak, Fuji, Prismacolor, and Curtis Paper have been her sponsors. A gifted photo educator for over 25 years, Laurie teaches classes and workshops both nationally and internationally. Teaching venues include: Peter’s Valley, Western CT State University, University of Bridgeport, Naugatuck Community College, Ohio University, Phillips Academy – Andover, Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, and Marco Island Art League. She also mentors high school students who are interested in photography. Laurie Klein is recognized worldwide for her photography, shooting almost exclusively in the arresting infrared spectrum. Her work embodies a soft passionate style that most often depicts the feminine experience, relationships and landscapes. As time went on, she added to her photographic workshops and shoots, the wisdom, ritual and spirituality that only 30+ years experience can gather. www.laurieklein.com
Tuition: $550
Studio/Materials Fee: $150

 

Experimental Digital Photography
Sandra C. Davis
August 15-18

Come explore four different techniques to make your digital images unique and personal. Learn to integrate digital photography with hands-on techniques that result in images on a variety of surfaces. Have you ever wanted to alter the surface of a digital print? By using an encaustic technique you can hand paint with oils, make collages and embed found objects onto your digital prints. If you are bored with making digital prints on expensive chalky white or semi-gloss paper, you will also be exploring a way to print directly onto almost any artist paper, including colored papers and hand-made papers. In keeping with the tea theme of the week, we will explore how toning papers and fabrics with tea effects images before and after digital printing. You will also learn to transfer digital images onto artist paper, fabrics, wood, glass, stones, shells, and more. Experiment with images through digital manipulation, altering the surfaces of printed images and work on projects that extend beyond traditional means of presenting your photography. Three of these processes are safe and non-toxic and require very little clean-up.
Beginner and Beyond
Sandra C. Davis is a photographer whose haunting imagery is about capturing remembered moments from the past, exploring history through photographing what remains from previous eras. She prints these images using the historic photographic processes of gum bichromate and cyanotype. She has been teaching non-silver printmaking processes for over twelve years at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She also teaches darkroom photography and alternative processes at Mercer County College, NJ. She has contributed to A Non-silver Manual by Sarah Van Keuren and has work published in The Book of Alternative Processes, Second Edition by Christopher James and Gum Printing and Other Amazing Contact Printing Processes by Christina Z. Anderson. Her award-winning images have been exhibited internationally and are in public, corporate and private collections www.SandraCDavis.com
Tuition: $470
Studio/Materials Fee: $75

 

The Art of Seeing Photographically
Michael A. Smith & Paula Chamlee
August 22-24

The purpose of this workshop is to help each person make better photographs, and through doing that, to experience personal growth. And if participants already make exceptional photographs, but find that they do not do so consistently, then this workshop is equally helpful for them as well. In most all photography workshops everyone learns something and has a good time. But afterwards they do not necessarily, in their own terms, make better photographs. After our workshops, most everyone makes better photographs. This is because, we have been told, we have a way of describing and demonstrating an approach to making photographs that is exceedingly helpful and unique. In this workshop you will not learn any “rules.” You will go “beyond composition.” You will learn to see more than you already see and to take a more creative approach to photographing, and as a result, based on our past experience with former participants in our workshops, your photographs will be better and you will have a higher percentage of keepers. This workshop is for all levels of photographers and for those who work in all formats—from digital cameras to 8x10-inch view cameras.
Beginner and Beyond
Michael A. Smith's and Paula Chamlee's photographs speak for themselves. Between the two of them, fourteen books of their work have been published, featuring photographs of the natural landscape, the urban landscape, the rural landscape, and portraits. Paula Chamlee has been the recipient of several grants, including one from the Leeway Foundation for “Excellence in Photography.” Her photographs have been widely exhibited in museums and galleries, most recently at Gallery 291 in San Francisco and at the James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Her photographs are in numerous collections, both public and private in the United States and abroad. She is collected in thirty museums in the United States, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, and Library of Congress. She has taught workshops in photography in the United States, Austria, Germany, Tuscany, England, France, Iceland, and Australia. She has had six monographs of her work published. Michael A. Smith’s photographic journeys during the past 46 years have taken him to every state in the continental United States, western Canada, Mexico, and Europe. The results of these remarkable odysseys are included in the permanent collections of over 125 museums in the United States, Europe, and Asia, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Art Institute of Chicago, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. His commitment to the medium has resulted in over 200 exhibitions. In addition, he has twice received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, and he has been the recipient of major commissions to photograph five American cities. www.michaelandpaula.com
Tuition: $750
Studio/Materials Fee: $0

 

The Art of Intuitive Photography
Mindy Véissid
September 6-7

This workshop will cover intuitive photography, walk-abouts, post production, and end with you creating a slideshow of your best images. This workshop is open to students of all photography levels and all digital cameras (including point and shoot). The focus of the workshop is based on enhancing your intuition in photography, 'seeing' better and compositional improvement. We will conduct exercises to tune you into your intuition, and learn how to take photographs by following it. In addition, we will focus on the differences between looking, observing and seeing. Throughout our time together I will be giving feedback on how to better the composition of your photographs. You will notice that by the end of the workshop you will not only be looking at the world with an eye of a photographer, but will have better photographs to prove it!
Beginner
Mindy Véissid, an award winning photographer and native New Yorker, grew up surrounded by lights, shadow and movement. Her photos reflect not only this, but also incorporate her creative background in painting and writing by use of metaphor, texture, layering, and composition. Mindy has been called an "intuitive photographer," in that she shoots from her heart, capturing candid, true and fleeting moments. In her NYC digital photography workshops, she helps other photographers discover - and - follow their own intuition. Mindy has taught the 'Art of Intuitive Photography' in institutions such as the New York Open Center in New York City, and ViewFinder Center in Zurich, Switzerland. Before becoming an international fine art photographer in 2009, Mindy worked in the corporate world and found herself living in Luxembourg and Switzerland. Mindy currently resides in New York City. www.mindyveissid.com
Tuition: $300
Studio/Materials Fee: $10

 

  
©2012-13 Peters Valley, All rights reserved. 19 Kuhn Road, Layton, NJ 07851  T - 973-948-5200
Home / About PV / Privacy Policy / Contact Us / Employment Opportunities

Special Needs: Peters Valley is committed to being accessible to all of our students. However, the terrain at the Valley is natural and some of the historic buildings are only partially accessible. Paths and driveways are not paved. If you need special assistance, please indicate your needs with your workshop application. At least two weeks notice must be given when requesting special assistance so that we have time to accommodate your needs.