We now want to share that with others. Here, dear readers, is what we are thrilled to share with you:
We have created From Plate to Page, an intensive hands-on food photography and writing workshop aimed at food bloggers, writers and photographers looking to enhance and hone their photography and writing skills while finding their own unique style and voice, both for their blog and for professional work. This exciting, one-of-a-kind workshop will help pull you out of your creative rut and start you on your way to a more professional style.
Rather than follow the traditional food blogging conference style, From Plate to Page is a workshop set up to allow active participation by each attendee in the ultimate learning experience. Working alongside Jeanne, Meeta, Ilva and myself, each one of whom has turned her own blog into a springboard for a successful freelance writing or photography/styling career, participants will spend an extensive part of the weekend working on assignments designed specifically for the food blogger. All dedicated activities throughout the weekend will be the source of a writing or photography experience followed by analysis, critique and discussion.
By keeping the group small, no more than 10 participants, it will be possible to present topics in a practical and collective way, with group participation at every step. Over the course of the weekend we will work individually or in teams to complete assignments in both writing and photography. This will include plenty of one-on-one contact with the workshop leaders in a relaxed and social atmosphere where it will be possible to ask questions, share ideas and practical experience far more freely than in a large auditorium. Evenings will be dedicated to critique, discussion and analysis, helping you to understand, reflect upon and improve your work. Oh, and don't forget the fun!
If you do not know the work of my three talented partners, do check out their blogs:
* Ilva Beretta of Lucullian Delights
* Jeanne Horak-Druiff of CookSister!
* Meeta Khurana Wolff of What’s for Lunch, Honey?
Go to the From Plate to Page blog for details, program and more information! The first Plate to Page Workshop is limited to 10 participants so first registered, first served! Don’t miss this great weekend!