This workshop has been designed to suit anyone who loves to create using a camera as a tool, and who is interested in creative processes while keeping your focus on developing your own aesthetic. Esther is passionate about alternative processes and using these both in camera and in post production and she’ll discuss her methods for how she creates. Esther won’t be covering how to use your camera, so a basic working knowledge is required.
Greytown is a beautiful boutique town approx one and a quarter hours from central Wellington, in the beautiful region of the Wairarapa. Esther has timed the workshop to co-ordinate with the trains from Wellington, and if you’re arriving by train, you’ll be transported to and from the station. If you’re driving, easy carparking is available around the venue.
The workshop is being held in the beautiful Greytown library, with full workshop facilities, kitchen & catering.
If you’re wanting to stay over, Greytown (and Wairarapa) is known for its boutique accommodation, and there are many options available from hotels, to stylised B&B’s.
A 50% booking fee is required to secure your place, with the balance due two weeks prior to the workshop date. If you’re unable to attend, but your space can be filled by some one else, then your fee can be transferred, otherwise it is non-refundable.
Esther is asked continuously for workshops and mentoring but her busy work schedule allows for only a few a year. Strictly limited numbers – so secure your place now.
In order for the workshop to proceed, a minimum of 6 bookings are required.