Do you feel like your photography could get better if only you had a mentor to get you there quickly? I have been a student at numerous photography workshops myself and understand exactly what this feels like. In 2007, I spent a week in Bangkok with legendary Time magazine photographer James Nachtwey and National Geographic photographer David Alan Harvey. Nachtwey saw shortcomings in my pictures that I wasn’t seeing myself and the experience forever changed the way I see and understand photography.
I offer consultation services and private workshops for all levels of photographers. This ranges from a quick critique over the telephone to full-day private sessions.
I’m on the faculty for the Foundation workshops. The workshop model at Foundation uses photojournalism assignments as a vehicle for wedding photographers to improve their story-telling and photographic skills. Students are often moved to tears through this powerful process and I’m very proud to be a part of such a unique teaching experience.
FW8 | Allen, Texas | 2010
FW9 | Austin, Texas | 2011
Fearless Heart Workshop | Denver | 2011
FM1 | San Miguel De Allende, Mexico | 2011
Brett Butterstein Workshop | Cancun, Mexico | 2011
Fearless Heart Workshop | San Diego | 2012
FW10 | Glen Rose, Texas | 2012
FM2 | San Miguel De Allende, Mexico | 2012
FB1 | Ouro Preto, Brazil | 2012
FW11A | Glen Rose, Texas | 2013
FW11B | Glen Rose, Texas | 2013
FM3 | Querétaro, Mexico | 2013
Origem Workshop | Ouro Preto, Brazil | 2013
FW12A | Glen Rose, Texas | 2014
FW12B | Glen Rose, Texas | 2014
FE2 | Valencia, Spain | 2014