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march online workshop | breaking the mold

February 1, 2014

it’s hard to believe and amazing all at the same time — this is now my NINTH online BREAKING THE MOLD online workshop. i really love teaching, encouraging and inspiring so much and am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to share!!

a two-week online workshop
march 31st – april 14th
space is limited
registration details below

some topics that will be discussed are:
thinking outside the box
finding your style
creating strong images
building a strong portfolio

participants will receive the following:
an honest and intimate look into my photography
daily, interactive communication
multiple assignments followed by feedback
an inspirational e-book

details for  registration:
1. this workshop is held via the bloom form & therefore, all participants MUST BE bloom forum members. if interested in registering for this two-week online workshop but are not a yet a member of bloom, you can join the forum (for 3, 6 or 12 months), by clicking the bloom logo below…
The Bloom Forum
2. once a bloom member, you can register within the bloom forum, here:  Bloom News section under Mini Workshop Information
3. the workshop will run from monday, march 31st – april 14th.
4. this is an online workshop and while there will be daily posts and interaction, participants can work at their own pace.
5. price:  $250 for active seat  |  $200 for silent seat.
6. the private workshop information will be available for one month after the workshop ends.
7. if interested in taking my CONTINUING THE JOURNEY (CTJ) advanced online workshop, BREAKING THE MOLD workshop is a requirement to register for CTJ.

and here’s what a few former breaking the mold participants had to say when the workshop was done:

I am blessed to have found Breaking the Mold and the follow-up course, Continuing the Journey. I am so sad that they have ended, but am so grateful as I am forever changed. I have never been so excited or enthused about the journey that I am headed on, and for the first time I am questioning all of the external “noise” and slowing starting to trust myself and my art. I have been encouraged to “keep going” and to follow my instincts, which I have been afraid to do in the past. I got more out of this than I ever imagined and if I had to sum up my time in these courses, I would use words such as soulful, eye-opening, inspiring, thought-provoking and last but not least…definitely worth it. Thank you, Deb, from the bottom of my heart.

Deb’s workshops gave me the tools to look at my photography on a deeper level, getting right to the roots of who i am and who i want to be as a photographer. Deb answers questions and shares with a refreshing openness and honesty. The workshops are without a doubt substance over style, they are intelligent and authentic — qualities that i have not always found anywhere else. I was left feeling not only inspired but truly empowered!

I am sad that our time has come to an end in your new workshop ‘Breaking the Mold’. I have enjoyed it immensely.

We so often second-guess our instincts and I have learned lately that mine are very loud and rarely go away. It is funny too, I don’t often shy away from it, unless there is fear involved – fear of rejection, fear of not being validated, fear of moving forward, fear of dwelling too much on the past, fear of trying something new, fear of the competition. Your workshop has not only validated me, my strengths, my weaknesses, but it also brought my journey to a whole other level. I hope that I will continue to adapt and transform and ask myself all the questions you asked of us in your workshop. It was fast moving, made me reflect and helped me see things way more clearly. That is a gift.

There are very few people in my life who have truly given me inspiration, made me want to move forward and try something new. But you sure have! You have allowed me to let loose and share in a comfortable and giving environment. You were warm, generous and giving!!! I so appreciated all your candor. In our short two weeks, you have definitely given me confidence, helped me make sense of the issues and doubts I have been feeling for awhile and made me want to be a better me, for my clients and for my family and friends. Everyone needs that someone to get you “unstuck”. Your words, your exercises for us, and your explanation of your own photography has heightened my love and passion for photography so much more than I ever thought possible.

i’m so sad that our workshop is over, but i just wanted to take a minute to send you a quick note. this was the very first workshop i have ever taken, i had no real expectations. i can tell you that the last three weeks were unlike anything i thought i would experience in a photography workshop… it was almost like therapy for me, really! i am self taught, and have struggled with the mentality that i’m not up to par because i don’t have the piece of paper to prove that i deserve to be here. i finally think i’m starting to see that i don’t need to be technically perfect to be great at what i do. really, i could ramble on forever but i really just wanted to say thank you! thank you for helping me believe in myself, for bringing so much passion and inspiration to me in a short time and thank you for taking the time to teach us all and for being you!! i have never really surrounded myself with a group of my peers, it’s been an amazing ride.

I can’t thank you enough for your amazing workshop. It went above and beyond anything I had ever expected. I came into the workshop hoping to learn more about photography, I never dreamed of the personal journey it would take me on or the growth I would have. I have come away appreciating my vision as an artist and not worrying about others. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being so open and honest. I have grown leaps and bounds and look forward to continuing to grow even more.


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Linda February 12, 2014 at 3:15 pm

Wow! These images are just stunning! No wonder you teach workshops. Great work.

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