2022 Photo Workshops

Hawaii Photography Adventure (SOLDOUT)

January 28- February 6 2022

Our days start early and end late because that’s when the best light happens and because there’s simply so much to see in Paradise. Photograph big surf on the north shores of Maui and Oahu (optional extension), see the sun rise over the Pacific from the summit of Mt. Haleakala, capture (in photos) Sea Turtles and Humpback Whales, explore tropical rainforests and waterfalls, and much more. For the truly adventurous, strap in for a doors-off helicopter flight (optional - additional cost) over the world-famous Napali Coast of Kauai. Take a look at our Daily Itinerary at the bottom of this page for full details.

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Family in the Sunset

Tanzania: The Great Migration (SOLD OUT)

Feburary 18-27 2022

February is wildebeest calving season on the vast plains of the southern Serengeti. Over 1.5 million wildebeest, along with hundreds of thousands of zebra, gazelle and other herbivores, pause on their annual circuit to enjoy grasses made green by recent rains and to give birth to the next generation. In the space of just 2– 3 weeks, approximately 500,000 newborn wildebeest emerge into the world. Such an abundance of prey naturally attracts huge numbers of predators including lions, cheetahs, jaguars and hyenas – life and death dramas play out constantly on the endless savannah. Welcome to the Great Migration, Africa’s most iconic event and wildlife photography nirvana! If you’ve never been to Africa, you couldn’t pick a better time and place to add a big check mark to the bucket list.

Puma Trekking in Patagonia

Dates: April 6-16, 2022

Join me and fellow professional photographer Ren Shiroma as we explore the beauty of Patagonia in Chile. We will be focusing on photographing the elusive pumas, as well as the stunning landscapes around Torres Del Paine. This trip take place during the fall season in South America so the landscape will be stunning and less crowds.

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Pantanal Jaguars + Iguana Falls by Moonlight

Dates: July 30-August 12, 2022

Covering over 40 million acres, Brazil’s Pantanal is the largest freshwater wetlands on Earth. It’s also the best place on the planet to capture photographs of jaguars in the wild. Big cats are just the beginning of what this UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site offers wildlife photographers, however. Caiman, anteaters, capybara, giant river otters, toucan and parrots are just a handful of the hundreds of species that inhabit the Pantanal.

Botswana 2022 (2 spots)

Dates: September 3-20, 2022

HIGHLIGHTS: Absolutely the BEST African Safari Experiences. Okavango Delta, Moremi, Khwai River, Savuti, Chobe, Mosi-oa-Tunya National Parks & Game Reserves, plus Magnificent Victoria Falls!

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Spirit Bears 2022 (1 Spot)

Dates: September 28- October 3 2022

(Spots are limited)

Join me in the magical Great Bear rainforest as we search for the World's rarest bear! The Spirit bear aka Kemode Bear is a black bear with a rare recessive gene that give these special bears white fur instead of black. They are only found in a small portion of British Columbia! We have access via First Nations community to visit this sacred place where a few Spirit bears are known to frequent during the salmon run. If we are patient and lucky we will get a glimpse of this rare creature!

Churchill Polar Bears

Dates: October 31- November 6 2022

Polar Bear Capital of the World

Every autumn, hungry polar bears gather along Hudson Bay’s western shore anticipating the annual freeze-up that provides access to their primary food source, seals. The Churchill region is one of the first places where the Hudson freezes solid becoming a natural funnel for bears’ access to the ice – that’s why Churchill is known as the “Polar Bear Capital of the World” and the premier place to capture portfolio-worthy images of polar bears and other arctic wildlife in their natural habitat.

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