I am home from leading my first nature photography workshop in Northern Michigan and I just posted information for next year’s workshop, August 12-14, 2016. I suspect this one will book full months in advance. If you are interested, let Winnie (the registrar) know soon. When we start taking paid registrations, she will send you an email so you have the first shot at registering. The workshop is limited to the first 10 paid registrants.
When we sent out the email for the 2015 Colorado workshop it booked full in less than three weeks which was months in advance of the workshop. I suspect it will be the same with the 2016 Michigan workshop.
Incidentally, if you want to receive the announcement email for the 2016 Colorado workshop, let Bob (the registrar) know soon. You can find his contact information at the 2015 Colorado workshop page.
I have been leading photography workshops, classes, and field trips in the Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids area since 1995 (including 7 years on the faculty at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts). I have been doing photography workshops for The Ohio State University for the last 5 years. I am an internationally published nature, landscape, event, and commercial photographer.
My work has been published by the National Wildlife Federation, Black & White Magazine, The Ohio State University, Ohio Sea Grant, Stone Laboratory, Ohio Woodland Stewards Program, Graceland University, Nebraska Magazine, UNCF (United Negro College Fund), Crowne Plaza Hotels, Staybridge Suites, Holiday Inn Hotels, Best Western Hotels, Hunt’s Guide to the Upper Peninsula, Heartland Tours and Travel, Midwest Photo Exchange, Wiley Publishing, Inc., Adventures (Utah), The MichMatist, Yukon Review, Magic 106.3, The Herald, Community of Christ, Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), Kirtland Temple Historic Site, KOA Campgrounds, Restoration Voice, Terrapin World Imports, and dozens of other businesses, organizations, and web sites too numerous to list here.