PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP ADVENTURES
A CONFLUENCE OF IMAGINATION AND INSPIRATION
Ultimate New Zealand February 9-25, 2017
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Drawing on 30 years of experience photographing landscapes around the world, Jim has designed a series of workshops in some of the most dramatic and inspiring locations on Earth; from the ice-sculpted peaks of New Zealand to the redrock canyons of southern Utah. Our workshops are designed for people seeking an active, adventurous experience - often far from the crowds - in many locations few will ever have the chance to experience or photograph on their own. We limit the group size to a maximum of 8 participants in order to create a more intimate atmosphere and to allow Jim to work one-on-one with each individual. All workshops include single-occupancy lodging in some of the highest-rated accommodations at our various locations. Jim, and his wife Susie, also pay special attention to all those behind-the-scenes details which provide our guests with rich, memorable experiences. Join us and let our passion for photography and adventure provide you with an unforgettable experience and a unique perspective on some of the most remarkable landscapes on Earth. READ MORE
|James Kay||Susie Kay|
Jim is a regular contributor to Outdoor Photographer Magazine and has been one of their professional advisors for more than 20 years. His work has been featured in the Nikon Legends Collection. His photographs have been published in a wide variety of magazines including Nikon World, Los Angeles Times, Arizona Highways, Sunset, National Geographic Adventure, and Time. A short list of his commercial clients would include The New Zealand Tourism Board, VF Corp, American Express, Sundance Institute, Nikon USA, Visa, and The Nature Conservancy. His fine-art landscape prints have been displayed in the Utah Museum of Art & History, the Natural History Museum of Utah, the US Capitol Rotunda in an exhibit advocating wilderness protection for Utah's Colorado Plateau region, and are currently displayed in private and corporate collections worldwide. His recent book, Resurrection Glen Canyon, published by Mountaineers Books, showcases his ongoing project to document the legendary canyons of Glen Canyon as they have emerged from the waters of Lake Powell due to drought. See Jim's full biography.
Jim's wife Susie serves as a guide and coordinator and pays special attention to all those little details which make our workshops run so smoothly. She has a degree in business as it relates to the outdoor recreation industry and directed the mountain ski guides at Snowbird Resort until 1985 when she resigned that position to work full-time with Jim as his office manager and business partner. From our opening-night reception to our send-off farewell; Susie strives to insure that every aspect of the experience exceeds our guests' expectations. Join us and find out why many of them describe her as a hostess extraordinaire.
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Photographer James Kay hosts photography workshops for all levels of photographers. His photo workshops include Utah's National Parks in southern Utah including photography workshops in Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Capitol Reef National Park, Escalante, Buckskin Gulch, Paria Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Glacier National Park, Montana, Banff National Park, Yoho National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Canada, and Lake Louise. These Utah, Montana, and Canadian Rockies photography workshops are based in the towns of Escalante, Boulder, Torrey, Bryce Canyon, Utah and Lake Louise Village, Canada. Join us for a photo workshop where we will visit locations such as Calf Creek Falls, Hole in the Rock Road, Spooky Gulch, Peekaboo Gulch, Lake Louise, Icefields Parkway, Coyote Gulch, Escalante Canyon, Hell's Backbone, Death Hollow, Glacier National Park, Saint Mary Lake, Many Glacier, Logan Pass & Lake McDonald.