I have been teaching documentary photography workshops throughout the US for the past 15 years. Assignment work includes editorial and travel for numerous NGO's, government organizations and national magazines, from World Vision International to National Geographic Traveler. Exhibits within and outside of the US include Harvard University's Fogg Art Museum, in Cambridge MA and Galerie St. Benezet in Avignon, France. My work is also in the collection at the Library of Congress.
What People Have Been Saying About Nancy's Workshops
On behalf of the International Photographic Society, I would like to thank you for your excellent presentation and your constructive comments yesterday at the IPS Monthly Meeting. I heard a new member saying that it was a mini-workshop; he is ready to go out and start shooting to try some of the things you talked about. In fact, you had a very good connection with the audience.
November 2012: Documenting Dupont Circle with a Camera –with FotoWeekDC
Summer 2012: Learning to Photograph People and Place
Chairperson of Programs
A wonderful immersion in the art of seeing and capturing the people and culture of Tilghman Island, Maryland, ably led by Nancy Libson
Two years ago I attended the workshop on Tilghman Island with Nancy Libson and felt that I learned a lot from it. It also produced two winners for me in contests -- people pictures with a sense on place and context.
Brooklin, Maine: July 8-13
Quechee, Vermont: July 15-19
Orcas Island-San Juan Islands, Washington: July 29-August 3
Documenting Dupont Circle with a Camera
(Politics and Prose Bookstore)
International Photographic Society at the IMF/ World Bank
Learning to Create and Organize a Photographic Essay
Photographing People and Place
Boiling Springs in Cumberland County, PA