Travel Photography Workshop: Day of the Dead
Finding Your Vision While Documenting the World
Presented by the Gundlockners
Oaxaca City, Mexico
Oct 31–Nov 3, 2017
This intensive four-day travel and documentary photography workshop takes place in Oaxaca City during the remarkable Day of the Dead celebrations. The workshop is comprised of classroom lectures on practical topics, photographing in the field, and a final presentation of individual work. Students will be encouraged to find and develop their own unique photographic stories featuring Day of the Dead or Oaxaca.
During the shooting sessions, students will have the option of working with Brett or Lindsay in preplanned events, or photographing on their own. The topics and locations covered in the workshop are flexible, giving room to focus on the specific interests of students.
$250 USD per student / Maximum eight students
For more information on registration, click here for details on the Day of the Dead Workshop Oaxaca City, Mexico Or, send your questions to Contact@BrettGundlock.com or Contact@LindsayLauckner.com
Biographies of the Workshop Leaders
This Day of the Dead Travel and Documentary Photography Workshop is being taught by husband and wife team Lindsay Lauckner (lindsaylauckner.com) and Brett Gundlock (brettgundlock.com). Originally from Toronto, Canada, they have been based in Mexico City since 2014.
Lindsay Lauckner Gundlock is an editorial photographer with a B.F.A. in Visual Arts from York University. She has been a recipient of both Ontario and Toronto Arts Council grants for her personal work. Last year, Lindsay traveled throughout Mexico working on Lonely Planet’s Mexico: From the Source cookbook. She has photographed assignments for magazines such as Bon Appétit, Travel and Leisure, and Monocle.
Brett Gundlock is a photographer and a founding member of the Boreal Collective. His personal work lead him to Mexico in 2012 and he has been working there since. Future ambitions include creating his first book from his current project ‘Carry the Blood, Emiliano’ exploring the Mexican campesinos bond with their Tierra. His regular clients include The New York Times, Washington Post and Bloomberg, among others. Brett has previously taught five workshops.
I worked with Lindsay while authoring the Pacific Coast Chapter of Lonely Planet’s new Mexico: From the Source Cookbook and was inspired and impressed by her talent and dedication. You can see some of her images from that project on her Tumbler Portfolio
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