Squam Art Workshops was a reprieve. From the moment I arrived, a bit late due to a delay in my travel arrangements, I was welcome with such care as Elizabeth and Lauren met me at the edge of camp and guided me to my cabin, in the dark.
My cabin was a warm room full of chattering women sitting around a fire, snacking, crocheting; a scene I quickly grew accustomed to.
I was so nervous about teaching! I had only ever taught children. But my workshops went off like a dream.
With all of my prepping ahead of time, I didn't even begin to feel ready, not really ready that is, until the moment I arrived. To my cabin mates, Heather, Kayte, Amy, Helene, Susy and Cal, it was a joy to meet all of you.
I love teaching. And I am so proud of my ladies, of the photographs they took and how excited they were to shoot film.
26 September, 2012
20 September, 2012
I'm home from my travels and I am happy to begin to share my film with you.
I have just begun to scan film from my time spent on the road this summer, and will share my travels with you soon, but today I am popping into this space to share a few of my photographs from Squam.
Last week I attended Squam Art Workshops in gorgeous Holderness, New Hampshire, where I taught two six hour photography workshops to a handful of really lovely ladies.
above polaroid of kayte terry looking on to NH from Squam
I'm still holding onto the goodness of that time.
Be back soon with a few thoughts and more photos. Promise.