Evoking Emotion

 
 

a Fine Art Photography Workshop

in trio with Sam Cahill, + Isabel Vinson,
July 6th in the New England area
Limited to 6 photographers

Early Bird Ticket Pricing:
$250 if paid before June 1st
General Admissions: $350 per person

Learn how to create powerful imagery with purpose! This experience is led by a group of interdisciplinary artists with over 50 yrs combined experience. Schedule will include a brief lecture, discussion, + 2.5 hr of shooting time in various conceptual scenes.

Vintage wardrobe and styling options provided.

Optional slots for 1-on-1 bookings available after the group shoot.

 

Meet your artists!

Isabel Vinson

… is an emotive chameleon from the valleys of Southern, VT who has been modeling her entire life. While proficient in nearly every genre, she prefers being nude in nature - whether lost in the woods or beside a waterfall. She co-runs a photography studio in Springfield, MA out of the Indian Orchard Mills where she has hosted themed group shoots + workshops for several years. She is a renowned pose coach + detail oriented set stylist.

Samantha Cahill

… is a model, expressive artist, + light worker residing in Central Connecticut. With a BA in psychology + concentration in dance, Sam is dedicated to integrating creative + healing work into one holistic practice. Through her study as a shamanic practitioner + artist she hopes to help people feel + heal through expressive arts. She fully believes in vulnerability in art + is extremely passionate about her work. 

Lior Allay

… is a queer, non-binary self-taught artist, performer, aspiring social scientist, humanitarian, + single mother from the greater Philadelphia area living with chronic illness.

Their specialty lies in spontaneous design of site-specific concepts using largely found objects to create visual poems with power. They operate from both sides of the lens to execute meaningful scenes about the intersection of identity, sexuality, vulnerability, + gender in our culture today.

As an auteur their technique is defined by the poignant combination of visceral body language + everyday surrealism that encourages the viewer to ask difficult but necessary questions.