Photo Workshop in Cuba, April 4-9, 2020

Join Hudson Henry and me on a special, six-day photo workshop in Cuba, April 4-9, 2020. It promises to be a magical photographic and cultural experience:

Cuba is one of the more exciting, rich photographic locations I’ve been to in a long time. Wonderful people, great landscapes and cityscapes, gorgeous beaches, music and good food abound. We’re going to have a ton of fun on this all-inclusive workshop to explore Cuba and its culture. Our group will be traveling on pre-arranged ‘help the Cuban people’ visas and we will meet, photograph and interact with artists and local craftspeople.

We will ride in vintage cars through Old Havana, and see how cigars are made…and we’ll meet with Cuban artists — including a dinner with local photographers.…This trip is not just a photo workshop; it will also be a cultural exchange, and I think you’re going to be amazed at how special the experience is.

This workshop is priced at $4,495, and is all-inclusive; during the first part of the trip, we will stay in a beautiful, private residence in Old Havana, then we will move to a hotel with spectacular dawn and sunset views in the limestone-rich agricultural valley of Vinales. Come join us on this special, once-in-a-lifetime workshop.

Additional 2020 workshops: Kauai, Portland, Yellowstone, Tetons and Moab

Hudson is also leading a workshop to Kauai in late February, complete with an open-door helicopter tour; there are a few spots left, but they will go quickly. He will be assisted in this workshop by his good friend (and amazing photographer in his own right) David Archer.

I will be helping Hudson run a number of other workshops in 2020, including Portland (July 31 to August 3), Yellowstone National Park (Oct. 2-6), Grand Tetons National Park (Oct. 9-13), and Moab (Oct. 16-21). Signups for the latter three workshops aren’t open yet, but you can add your name to the priority waitlist on each workshop page, which will get you the first shot to sign up.

You can find information on all of Hudson’s workshops at

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