Interested in attending a photo workshop? You've come to the right place. Below is a list of currently scheduled underwater photo workshops I will be leading for the remainder of 2019 and 2020. New workshops are always being planned, so check back for updates.
August 31 - September 7, 2019 (This trip is sold out)
Join me to swim with and photograph humpback whales in beautiful Mo’orea, French Polynesia. This is a small group trip which includes a total of five guests, plus me. If you have ever dreamed of getting up close to one of the most majestic animals on the planet, this trip is for you.
September 19 - 29, 2019
Lembeh is often considered one of the world’s premier macro destinations. Join me on this trip to explore the amazing Lembeh Strait, where we will do up to four dives per day. We are staying at the amazing NAD Lembeh resort, which offers a 2:1 diver-to-guide ratio, which will ensure incredible photo opportunities.
November 24 - December 4, 2019 (Limited spaces remaining)
We will be visiting some of the most bio-diverse and dense waters anywhere on the planet as we enjoy 10 nights on the Damai in the jewel of the Coral Triangle. Limited to a total of 12 divers this is sure to be an amazing workshop. Daily image reviews, photo instruction and incomparable diving on one of the world’s premier liveaboards.
December 8 - December 16, 2019
Join me for an incredible 8-night Socorro diving trip on the Nautilus Under Sea liveaboard. This trip is timed for the best opportunity to see giant mantas, dolphins and various types of sharks, including whale sharks!
April 23 - May 3, 2020 & May 3 - May 10, 2020
Join me along with Bluewater Photo in April/May 2020 for the annual Anilao underwater photography workshops, featuring some amazing reef and critter diving at Crystal Blue Resort. This trip is consistently one of the most popular trips and sells out each year. There are two workshops scheduled back-to-back…a 10-day and a 7-day workshop.
This is a workshop for those of you that like critters; Anilao boasts one of the highest densities of nudibranchs anywhere in the world. Small groups of 4:1 diver-to-guide ratios and up to four dives per day. Anilao has also become a destination for black water diving and you will have an option to get out into the deep black water to experience Anilao after dark.