Past Events from Fusion Photography Workshops
February 2020 – Venice Carnival Ballet & Ball Gowns
Again this is my favourite workshop. A full weekend of amazing locations, costumes, gteat food and amazing company. Can’t wait to do this again.
September 2019 – Ballet & Ball Gowns around London
We organised 2 of these as the first sold out in 1 day.
August 2019 – London Underground Photo Explore
I was always intriuged by the architecture of the London Underground, and having moved to London in 2018, I explored more and planned a route around some of its best suburban locations.
June 2019 – Low cost studio lighting
How to setup a home studio on a budget, using low cost speedlites, reflectors, small softboxes, etc. Also working in a small space such as a garage or lounge space.
March 2019 – Venice Carnival Workshop.
This really is my favourite workshop and this year was another superb event.
August 2018 – London Underground Photo Explore
This was a hot day on the underground! This is a new workshop taking in the best of the London Underground, its tunnels, stations and architecture.
July 2018 – Welsh Beach Workshop
A wind swept beach that goes on for mile and mountains in the background, a model in a bright red ball gown with long fabric flowing in the wind. Great ingredients for this amazing workshop.
July 2018 – Architecture photography workshop in London
Over many years I have developed a photo walk taking in many of London’s best architecture and the best places to shoot them from.
June 2018 – Fine art beach workshop
Our workshop brings a slightly different theme to your photography. Working with our professional model and a selection of ball gowns and other outfits we created some amazing beach shots.
May 2018 – Sister of Sinister Creative Workshop
February 2018 – Venice Carnival Workshop
This really has become my favourite workshop. Not only the amazing Venice, not only the spectacular carnival, but our own model as well. We had a small but excellent group on this workshop.
September 2017 – Studio Lighting Demo
Tonight I’ve been asked to deliver a studio lighting demo to a local group of photographers. First half we demo’d studio lighting, techniques and lighting types. Second half we brought in a portrait model for the photographers to take some photos.
August 2017 – Urbex Nudes
Combining popular urban exploration with gritty nudes is a winning combination. But getting permission for urbex photography is difficult. Today we had two different derelict buildings and a nude model. Great weather and some amazing smashed up plant machinery also combined to make this a great workshop.
July 2017 – Urban Nudes in Prague
Nudes in public places are not easy to achieve in the UK, but in Prague its much easier. Our weekend workshop also took in the sights of this amazing city and together with three photography workshops over the weekend including urbex, urban, and location nudes we created an amazing weekend of photography.
June 2017 – Fallen Angel
A darker side… masks, a fallen angel, messed up make-up and fake blood. This was a popular workshop.
May 2017 – Multi-location workshop
A full day of photography. First we started with our model Jessica in a large ball gown on horse back, next we used an old railway carriage to do some art nudes, then we moved to a derelict building (formerly an old shoe factory) where we used the ball gown again together with the vast expanse of the factory floor and the old cage lift.
February 2017 – Venice Carnival Workshop
Our first workshop of the year takes us to Venice for the famous Carnival. Three days of amazing colourful characters all begging to be photographed in one of the most amazing cities in the world.
December 2016 – Photo trip to Krakow
Our first overseas photography workshop takes us to Krakow. A mix of old buildings, history, Christmas Markets with amazing street food and the infamous Auschwitz camps all make for an amazing weekend trip. The city itself survived pretty much intact in WWII and today is a beautiful city, but the nearby site at Auschwitz has a painful past which can be difficult to photograph. But the locals want visitors to come. They want visitors to respectfully photograph and tell the world what happened here.