2022 PHOTO TOURS & WORKSHOPS

February 19 – 21, 2022

Pricing: $1,495

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I am excited to announce our 10th annual Frog and Reptile Macro Workshop is once again on the schedule. Please join me and good friend Mike Matthews as we bring this exciting workshop once again to Deerfield Beach Fl. just north of Ft. Lauderdale. This workshop is going to be a one-of-a kind event, plus we added a full day to photograph butterflies, birds, and flowers at Butterfly World in Coconut Creek Fl. More Info

February 23-27, 2022

Pricing: $1,495

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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

April 22 – 26, 2022

Pricing: $2,495 | Deposit: $800

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This workshop is designed to instruct you in ways to reliably create stunning images of
the many bird species unique to the Rio Grande Valley. We share our knowledge on how
to set up and arrange perches for natural looking beautiful images. More Info

May 1-5, 2022

Pricing: $1,595

Deposit: $250

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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

July 10-17, 2022

Pricing: $7,995 approx.

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This STL workshop is for photographers who want to photograph brown bears, and other wildlife in a truly remote wilderness area away from crowds. Our primary goal is to photograph brown bears feeding on salmon within a variety of backgrounds. More Info

November 9-12, 2022

Pricing: $2,295

Deposit: $900

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I’m very happy to announce a brand-new workshop unlike anything you’ve done before.  Fall is undoubtedly a photographer’s paradise with the changing season and spectacular colors.  What if I told you of a unique place that has been overlooked as a great photo destination? Eastern Texas looks nothing like what most think when mentioning Texas.   Every November the southern cypress swamp begins turning red, and cool mornings create potential fog and mist on the cypress swamp draped in Spanish moss. More Info