Super happy to announce that I will be teaming up with Chef John Ondo for a food styling, photography & cooking workshop in Charleston SC, in a beautiful beach home located on the Isle of Palms, May 16th-20th 2016. The 3 day workshop will be geared toward food, prop styling, photography, cooking demos and lots of hands on practice.
I will focus on my photo, composition and styling processes, from basics natural light manipulations to more advanced ones. Cooking sessions with Chef Ondo will punctuate the mornings and afternoons where he will share his love of Mediterranean cuisine and creativity cooking with locally sourced ingredients.
Together, we will guide you to create an edible narrative with your photos, and share current food styling and propping trends, etc… Nothing is off limits with questions, from how to pick ingredients, how to cook them, how to manage your cooking/photo time efficiently, knowing about photography for blogging or professional work, cooking for photography, photo as a hobby or how to get started in the business.
All this right by the ocean.
The workshop will start by a casual meet & greet at the beach home, followed by dinner prepared by Chef Ondo. Three days of photography and cooking follow.
Attendees will have a morning free to wander about Charleston get some personal work done or just chill. A trip to the docks to get fresh fish and a visit to a favorite antique store are also on the itinerary.
The workshop includes:
3 days of photography, composition, food styling and cooking sessions
4 nights accommodations
One on one photo sessions with Helene
Cooking demos with Chef Ondo
Breakfasts, lunches and dinners
Refreshments and snacks
Most rooms are shared – there is opportunity for single rooms on a first sign up basis
To register, please go HERE.
Workshop is limited to 8 people.
Fee is $1850 (does not include travel fares to and from workshop)
There will be no refunds for this workshop – please know you can attend before registering. Full payment due at time of registration, no deposit required.