Do you need an engaging and thought provoking speaker for your photography event, club or Meetup group? Contact me.

There’s more to photography than f-stops and photoshop. Don’t get me wrong, when I want to bust a new move in photoshop, YouTube is my friend. And I scour the web constantly in search of a cure for my G.A.S. (gear acquisition syndrome). But there’s something missing. Something big. I'm talking about the creative vision piece, what I call The Art of Seeing. But it's a little lonely out there. The mighty internet feels like a ghost town when it comes to practical ways for photographers to  sharpen their creative vision. Why? No one denies the importance of creativity in photography, but most people figure there’s only so  much you can do about it. That's the best reason I can come up with. It’s a "you have it or you don’t” kind of thing, right? Or at best, your creativity and personal style will just develop over time (a long time). That’s just wrong in my experience. Creativity is a muscle, anyone can learn the Photographer’s Eye. 

If we’ve met, you already know that I’ll blab to anyone who will listen about the Art of Seeing. But it’s really inefficient spreading the gospel of Seeing to one person at a time. That’s why I’m taking my show on the road. It’s called Seeing 101 and in it I talk about how I learned that there are literally two ways of seeing, My ‘Aha’ Moment; which way is ‘right' for photography (or any other artistic/creative task) and techniques to trick your brain into shifting into C-mode (creative mode).  It runs about 90 minutes and I’m giving this presentation to anyone who’ll have me, I mean various photography groups. And just so we're clear, I never once mention your inner child or how the big bad world is crushing your dreams. 

There's a growing schedule of speaking events. Hopefully there's one in your area happening soon, I would love to meet you there. If not, please subscribe and you will be notified as new events are added. Or maybe we could create one for your photography event, club or meetup group. Get in touch and I'll do my best to make it happen. 

Hope to see you in the audience