A 2-day food photo & styling workshop with Helene Dujardin in Birmingham, AL – April 25th & 26th! April 6, 2015

Birmingham, AL workshop with Helene Dujardin

I’ve gotten so many emails in the past few months from folks asking whether I’d be helping to teach any food styling workshops this year. With the work and travel schedule being what it is, there isn’t a ton of time…but I’m happy to say that I’m partnering up with my bestie, food photographer Helene Dujardin, for a food photo & styling workshop on April 25th & 26th in Birmingham, Alabama. ¬†We both have crazy busy careers but we still love getting together to share what we know, to learn from those that attend our workshops, and to explore and create. Helene and I work so seamlessly as a pair…and we love sharing our collaborative energy with others.

During our weekend together, you’ll get new tools and guidance to help improve your photography and styling, regardless of your skill level. Through several hands-on photo assignments across two days, you’ll learn about our workflow and our process. How we conceive a shot and execute…all the way through to post-processing. Those attending the workshop will have access to great props, surfaces and ingredients as well as techniques to express mood with their photos.

Helene and I can’t wait to spend the weekend with y’all. For all of the details, see the registration page here.


Tena Payne Apr 7, 2015 10:04 am

I would be happy to loan plates, platters, bowls, and whatever you might want to round-out your plating choices for your shoots. Visit my website and see all the chefs who are using my dishes, and what they’re saying. You’re welcome to come to the studio and pick out whatever you like.

Reese Apr 23, 2015 08:04 pm

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