I’ve just finished pre-registration for my new intermediate/advanced photography workshop on October 16th – Light the Night: A Photographic Storytelling Workshop. Light the Night is an annual charity walk organized by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Each year, communities across the US and Canada join together to raise funds, bringing help and hope to people battling blood cancers. Walkers carry illuminated white, red, and gold balloons as they walk. White balloons designate survivors, red is for supporters, and gold balloons are in memory of loved ones lost to cancer. Each walk usually brings 2,000 to 3,000 walkers, and pre-walk festivities are marked by live music and carnival games.
I’ve arranged with Light the Night for my students and me to have volunteer status and access to the event. It’s going to be a terrific opportunity to hone skills in people photography, night photography, AND storytelling. At this workshop, you will work on telling the story of Light the Night and the battle against cancer. With pre-registration completed, I’ve only got two seats left in this workshop. Register for the workshop here.
Also, registration is still open for my October 2nd Art of Architecture: Photographing the Washington National Cathedral workshop. Register for that workshop here.
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