Ace Camp | Aran Goyoaga | Food Styling + Photography in the Pacific Northwest | Seattle, Washington | August 7-11, 2014
In August, we are heading to Seattle, Washington for an Ace Camp with Aran Goyoaga. This workshop will take place in Aran's personal studio which is near Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle. Join us for a 3-day 5-night experience learning Food Photography + Styling in the Pacific Northwest, USA.
We will begin the Ace Camp by meeting at our accommodation followed a chef's dinner. Three days of workshops follow, which include a trip to Vashon Island (by ferry), a bicycle journey for an outdoor crab and seafood themed picnic, head out for a meal at one of Seattle's finest restaurants Sitka + Spruce, a "farm to table" establishment located inside Melrose Market and wrap up the workshop with a fantastic dinner made in the studio with food purchased at Ballard Farmer's Market.
For more information - here.
Registration opens on Monday, December 16, 2013 at 9:00 PST
Please note that workshops fill quickly.
We hope you can join us!
Back from Jaipur, India. What a group!
Thank you to all that signed up a long time ago to head on this journey. You rocked!
You simply don't know what hit you until you get back home after lugging all the things bought and seeing them exploding on the floor in a flurry of fine cotton and block prints.
Anokhi.... thanks for the greens! (seriously, don't ever change)
What a great and thoughtful teacher Lotta Jansdotter is - not to mention a daring and adventurous traveller.
Thank you to Andree who prepared the tour of the block printing factories and took us to Soma and to visit other factories and dyers - with, oh so, much thought for our excursions. They were incredibly special.
Most of all I would like to mention S.P who helped us with the outside the itinerary adventures, the driver and his assistant (man oh man, driving in Jaipur is no easy task), the kitchen staff at Narain Niwas who made all the cappuccinos, masala chais, the smiling housekeepers and all the workers and owners of the factories who took time to let us into their world. Namaste.
Ace Camps will be back - there is so much to see and learn in India.