Category Archives: Workshops

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The Interns of Community Rebuild

Looking back at our project with Community Rebuilds, it’s obvious that the program would in now ways be the same without the interns. Each project has 8 that have been selected with an application process that involves a Skype interview. read more »

Posted by Bill at 11:26 am in Buildings, How-To, Projects, Southwest, Travel, Workshops | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

Spring, Summer, Etc.

I started this blog post back in early July, my thought was to write something that would catch up on our spring and early summer activities.  Well, here we are, almost Sept and I’m just posting it now.  I’ve had read more »

Posted by Bill at 2:33 pm in Art Projects, Arts, Buildings, Canelo, Grupo Danza Xunutzi, International, IPhoneography, Mexico, Rio Sonora, Southwest, Travel, Workshops | 13 Comments

iPhones on the Rio Sonora

Through much of November and December my attention was focused on an iPhone photography course we sponsored in Banamichi, Sonora and that was held at La Posada del Rio Sonora http://www.mexicoecoresort.com/ The course was taught by fine art photographer Dan read more »

Posted by Bill at 5:38 pm in Arts, International, IPhoneography, Mexico, Photography - Digital Imaging, Rio Sonora, Travel, Workshops | 13 Comments

France and Camera Thoughts

We’re home in Canelo, 6 pretty hard, but fun weeks on our European tour.  My blogs dropped off after Finland, the pace always seems to get quicker, we work more, especially when we arrive at a place where there is read more »

Posted by Bill at 10:47 am in International, IPhoneography, Photography - Digital Imaging, Travel, Workshops | 19 Comments

Marvelous Mud on the Baltic Sea

Our Finland workshop took place at the edge of the Baltic sea on a small island just outside the center of Helsinki. The location was an old summer estate called Villa Svalvik, which in Finnish means “sage,” or so I read more »

Posted by Bill at 12:44 am in International, Photography - Digital Imaging, Travel, Workshops | 2 Comments