January 18 – 20, 2020

Pricing: $1,195

Traveling the world far and wide would only offer a fraction of the exotic species we’ll photograph during our intensive workshop. Join Adam Jones and Mike Matthews in January for an incredible experience photographing dart frogs, reptiles, and more. Subjects also include seashells, a graphic nautilus shell, feathers, and other great macro subjects, in addition to an outstanding collection of frogs, reptiles, and more. More Info

February 17 – 21, 2020

Pricing: $1,495

By January and February most of us are eager to get away from the icy grip of winter. Join me and fellow photographer Mike Matthews in sunny south Florida for three intensive days photographing a wide variety of birds, alligators, and elegant landscapes of stately live oaks draped in Spanish Moss. More Info

March 3 – 14, 2020

Pricing: $11,400

Deposit: $850

The wildlife spectacle in southern and central Serengeti is simply astounding. This exclusive African safari is designed by a full-time pro for photographers who want to capture images of a lifetime. You will want for nothing, friendly professional leadership from me, best guides/drivers in the business, luxurious comfortable camps, and great food. More Info

April 29 – May 3, 2020

Pricing: $1,595

Deposit: $250


Those of you familiar with my work know I consider the Great Smoky Mountains N.P to be “the” premier National Park in the eastern United States. Twenty plus years of exploring the park produced two coffee table books and more importantly the experience to guide you to the right locations at the right time. More Info

May 26 – 31, 2020

Pricing: $1,695

Deposit: $250


California’s Redwood Forests are an inspiring site to behold and photograph. Northern California’s Redwood National and State Parks are home to the tallest trees on earth. Standing beneath these giants is special and to photograph them is a memorable experience. Our photo journey puts us on location during the rhododendron blooms and likely mother nature will throw in a little fog adding for a little extra mood! More Info

June 16 – 20, 2020

Pricing: $2,195

Deposit: $300


Tucked away in southeastern Washington and southwestern Idaho is a majestic region of rolling fields known as the Palouse. The Palouse is among the most photogenic areas in the world, dotted with rural towns nestled among undulating hills of green and yellow. Magnificent pastoral vistas are often called the Tuscany of the U.S. and continue as far as the eye can see. This is rural Americana at its best, but the landmarks and way of life are rapidly changing. More Info

July 3 – 13, 2020

Pricing: $6,900

Deposit: $500


Join Adam Jones and William Manning on an immersive photography adventure in one of the most dramatic landscapes in the world. During this ten day tour, we will explore all that Iceland has to offer beneath the golden glow of the Midnight Sun, from the stunning waterfalls of the south to the geothermal areas of the north and the steaming beauty of the Highlands. More Info

AUG 13 – 18, 2020

Pricing: $5,900

Join us to experience bears in their natural habitat on the west side of Cook Inlet, without fighting the typical crowds of Katmai and Brooks River. Photograph Alaskan Brown Bears at very close range as they feast on salmon and clams at Lake Clark National Park. Here we explore and photograph the bears as they go about their daily activities splashing and running in tidal areas and small streams. More Info

August 22 – September 1, 2020

Pricing: $8,250/person – Double Occupancy
Single Cabin Supplement Available

Deposit: $1,000

Birding and photography will all be a part of this fantastic wildlife adventure! Everyone should visit the Galapagos Islands… the experience is magical! During our adventure we will seek out the endemic species of birds and other animals of the Galapagos. Some of the bird species include Darwin’s finches, Galapagos Penguin, Galapagos Hawk, Galapagos Dove, Swallow-tailed Gull and Waved Albatross—doing their wonderful courtship dance! Other creatures we will see include Land Iguanas, Marine Iguanas, Lava Lizards and two endemic species of butterflies. More Info