I just returned from London, where I spoke at the lively and inspiring Nine Dots Gathering, and held my Moment-Driven Workshop: London! I’m a bit jet lagged at the moment but I wanted to share some photos I made of my students during our workshop. One of our group exercises was to approach strangers, not pose them, and photograph them while having a conversation. Some students were bold, some terrified at the thought of talking to strangers and stepping outside their comfort zones.
I could not be prouder of my students, they absolutely accomplished the assignment with flying colors. Some students even erased a long fear, which is truly empowering. What’s better than watching anyone overcome a fear? Not much!
Here are some shots of my students photographing strangers, as well as some super quick Moment-Driven portraits I made of each student.
To my students, Maarten Devoldere, Lee Allison, Lina Orsino-Allen, Eve Dunlop, David Stubbs, Karl Tull, Matt Badenoch, Catherine Pound, Matthew Warrington, Rhea Skogen, Rafe Abrook, Jonny Harper: THANK YOU. You truly inspire me, thank you so much for taking this journey together.
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Thank you, London! Will see you again very soon!
Look’s so good! I’m keeping an eye out for your future workshops!