1 Spot Open in the 2017 Desert Figure Workshop! // $500 DISCOUNT!

Greetings!

A spot has opened up for the 2017 Desert Figure Workshop and we're offering a last minute $500 discount off tuition! Click here to register online or call 310-375-7014 and ask for Mark or Lucy to join us for the photography adventure of a lifetime.

Join Kim and Mark from the Creative Photo Academy for the 2017 Desert Figure Workshop in Palm Desert, CA for a week-long retreat this October. At one of our most anticipated nude photography workshops of the year, participants have the opportunity to capture expressive figures with professional nude models in a variety of shoot locations including Joshua Tree National Park!

We hope to see you soon,
Kim & Gina Weston

 Photo by Calvin Abe

Photo by Calvin Abe

$500 OFF! Desert Figure Workshop - October 1-6, 2017

Take $500 off tuition for the 2017 Desert Figure Workshop by emailing Mark Comon today! Don't miss the opportunity to capture the stunning backdrop of the desert skies while unleashing your creativity with expressive figures.

 Photo by Calvin Abe

Photo by Calvin Abe

 Photo by Terry Thorpe

Photo by Terry Thorpe

or Call (310) 375-7014 & ask for Mark or Lucy to secure your spot.


What's Included in my Tuition?

  • 4 full days to photograph nude models in multiple locations including Joshua Tree National Park.
  • Nightly critiques, lectures, and instruction from 3rd generation fine-art photographer, and Edward Weston's grandson, Kim Weston.
  • 5 nights in a boutique hotel in Desert Hot Springs, California - We will have the entire resort to ourselves creating a private and creative environment.
  • Home-cooked, family-style dinners every night.

Workshop Tuition: $3,200* (originally $3,700!)

Photos by 2016 Desert Figure Workshop participants

*Participants are responsible for transportation to and from workshop & shoot locations, breakfast, lunch, and models' tips.

 Weston Destination Workshops - Desert Figure Workshop participants will have the opportunity to photograph nude models in Joshua Tree National Park!

Weston Destination Workshops - Desert Figure Workshop participants will have the opportunity to photograph nude models in Joshua Tree National Park!


The Models

Photographers at the 2017 Desert Figure Workshop will have the opportunity to work with four world-class models as collaborators, muses, and respected colleagues. At Weston Workshops, we greatly value the relationships we have maintained with our models and will cover the importance of mutually respectful interactions with all workshop participants. 

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Sekaa

"I am here to create art, in every sense of the word. As I use my movement to express some of what I hold inside, I aim to bring you closer with the states of love, beauty, pain, destruction, and rebirth we all constantly endure through various mediums and in several magnitudes. I am a window, giving you a look inside a vulnerable soul." Photo by Scott Worldwide

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Gwen

Gwendolyn's commitment to physical expression began with twelve years of classical ballet training, priming her for an esteemed career as a globe-trotting, freelance model. She began modeling for photographers eight years ago, and has continually evolved through yoga practice, circus training, and sheer creative discipline. She has posed in Dali's House, as a piece of a human motorcycle, across a NYC billboard, and on a catwalk at LA Fashion Week. Her style is feminine, natural, honest and powerful. Photo by J.C Young

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Merrique

St. Merrique is a mystery wrapped in a riddle placed inside Pandora's box, emotive and fluid in her style. She has a sense of humor and enjoys her work but takes her career in modeling seriously. She has ten years of experience in modeling with a background in theatre and many dance genres including ballet, flamenco, and belly, to name a few. Photo by Xenkor

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Sara

Anyone who's worked with Ms. Sara Streeter over her career as a professional art model will tell you that her vibrance, warmth, and purity in movement goes unparalleled. Working with Sara is marked by her mastery of her art form making for a delightful creative collaboration. Photo by Mark Comon