Workshops

  • Trust the Process

    Dates TBD
    The term 'Creative People' is redundant...all people are creative. You wake up in the morning and create your day, your life. All aspects are a form of creation. There is a formula for creativity, for accessing your creative, intuitive self, and there is a huge parallel between that and the art of living. I like to call it 'everyday creativity'. Trusting the process is based on a belief that something valuable will emerge when we step into the unknown. There is a 'formula' for creativity. Join us in beautiful San miguel de Allende to take a deep dive into what that is and access a new level of awareness which will enrich every aspect of your life.
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  • The Zen of Seeing

    Dates TBD
    Photography can serve as an exquisite mindfulness practice, especially as we always have our camera phones present. In this workshop we’ll focus on the practice of photography as a discipline of awareness, of unwavering attention to the world. . We’ll explore the difference between actively seeing and passively looking, between leaning into ‘process’ as more important than outcome as a way of focusing attention, until it turns into contemplation. We'll focus on activating our ‘third eye’ where the split between 'seer' and 'seen' evaporate, creating a flow state of pure contentment. By simply noticing the world around us more deliberately we have a greater sense of aliveness, and a greater sense of calm.
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  • The Good Eye: How Do You See?

    June 10th - 15th, 2018
    Join us in beautiful San Miguel de Allende, just ranked #1 city in the world by Travel and Leisure, for this deep dive into the art of SEEING. Anyone can develop a ‘Good Eye’ with practice. It’s a muscle we can build like any other. This workshop will focus on refining your powers of perception and getting in touch with your unique visual voice. Have you ever wondered why some photographs of the mundane, the ordinary in everyday life, resonate with us so powerfully? What makes certain images so magical, original or illuminating? When we drop the visual clichés we see beauty all around us. We’ll focus on exploring the difference between good and great photography—the aesthetic aspects of visual discernment such as composition, light and shadow, perspective, depth-of- field, color, symmetry, texture, line and curve to name a few. It's not about the quality of the camera you are using; it's about the quality of your SEEING.
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