How do you tell a story through images?
Want to take your photography to the next level?
Award-winning photographer Nic Dunlop will help you hone your skills and enhance your creativity at his intensive workshops in Bangkok. The workshops are held at a renovated warehouse on the Chao Phraya River in the heart of old Bangkok, one of world’s most vibrant and photogenic cities. It is designed for keen photographers or people looking for a unique holiday experience.
Nic and guest tutor Yvan Cohen will teach you how to research, shoot and edit a stunning photo essay. The workshops will include daily mentoring, one-on-one critiques and insider’s tips and tricks.
Our aim: to boost your photographic skills in a stimulating but relaxed atmosphere.
Come and join us.
Nic has been working as a photographer in Asia for more than two decades. Represented by one of the world’s leading photographic agencies, Panos Pictures, he has worked on diverse stories ranging from devastation of landmines in Cambodia, to backpackers in Thailand. His work has been published worldwide in The New York Times, Liberation and The Guardian. In 1999, he received an award from the Johns Hopkins University for Excellence in International Journalism for exposing the chief executioner for the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, a story told in his book The Lost Executioner. Nic also co-directed the Emmy nominated HBO film Burma Soldier. His latest book, Brave New Burma, is a powerful photographic portrait of Burma under military rule.
Five day Workshops are limited to 15 participants
12th – 17th of July
18th – 23rd of October
The cost is USD1,495 per student
The Weekend Workshop is limited to 10 participants
11th – 13th September
The cost is USD500 per student