In the past few years, I have attended some very large conferences and workshops that have taught me more than I can imagine, given me life friends and lessons and given me some of my favourite memories.
This year, I chose to not attend any larger conferences, and instead do something completely different. After researching a lotttttt (and I mean A LOT), of workshops locally and abroad, I decided to go with Ben Sasso’s Foster workshop with Benj Haisch and Katch Silva. These are some incredibly talented photographers, each with a very unique style, and I was excited to see what I could learn in a more intimate environment focusing on topics that related to my specific goals.
There is something to be said about being surrounded by creatives. The energy is different and people get psyched talking about what they love. It fuels me in such a way that I feel more inspired, more hopeful and more motivated to be better in all aspects of my business. The goals list that I have made since attending is a full page long, and I am so excited to jump in and start acting on all of the awesome tips and tricks I picked up from the awesome people I was surrounded by. I was excited to meet a new group of people, with different thoughts and ideas, and an eagerness to come together and share what we know. We are all in this together, and talking through what has worked for us, and what hasn’t, and giving and receiving tips for growth and success is immeasurably gratifying to everyone!
It was also fun to attend this workshop with another Toronto photog and friend, Jenn Kavanagh! We even managed to sneak away and take some fun photos of each other in the pretty sun… Thanks for the snaps Jenn!
Lol… this photo was created by Ryan Longnecker… and every time I look at it… I just die laughing lol.
I would like for this location to be in my backyard. Oh California, you have the prettiest light and prettiest landscapes 🙂
This lovely couple was brave enough to step in front of 25 cameras! I commend them…
Photography is a constant learning process… I am always learning, and that is what I LOVE about this job.