Floral Photography Workshop & Tour
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
May 25 - 29, 2020
Clive Nichols & Jackie Kramer
Two award-winning photographers
immersion in several world-renowned gardens
Clive Nichols is ‘Britain’s Best Garden Photographer’ ( Photo Plus, The Canon Magazine). He has photographed many of the world's best gardens and his passion for the subject comes across in every image that he makes. His work has appeared in hundreds of books as well as in countless magazines, calendars and brochures. Clive has a photo library of over 90,000 images of gardens and flowers. He is an accomplished workshop leader and regularly gives master classes in flower and garden photography for The Royal Horticultural Society and The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Jackie Kramer has been photographing the natural world, with an emphasis on flowers, since high school. She is at home shooting flowers in wildflower fields, botanical gardens, private gardens, and indoors. She is known for her rich colors and for infusion of personality in her floral images. Jackie has received international acclaim for her images and has been published in several noteworthy magazines.
Jackie also maintains an active group, Phlorography - Artistic Floral Photography, with thousands of passionate floral photographers from around the world. Jackie is committed to supporting other photographers and using photography as a medium to build relationships and enrich others' lives.
At a Glance
Dates: May 25 (4pm start) - 29, 2020
Location: Classroom Sessions in Victoria - location TBD
Gardens: Butchart Gardens, Hatley Castle, The Gardens at the Horticulture Centre of the Pacific, Government House, Beacon Hill Park, Finnerty, & Abkhazi Garden *
Hotel: Chateau Victoria in the Inner Harbor (there are a limited number of rooms in our block; arrangements are underway with an overflow hotel if needed)
Included: All instruction in the field and classroom; transportation to and from all gardens from the Chateau Victoria Hotel
Not included: Lodging, meals
Group size: Limited to 16 photographers
[Fly into Victoria or arrive by ferry from WA State]
*Note that gardens may be modified based on prevailing conditions.