Hello Friday folk. How exciting for it to be the weekend again already. I am in Ireland getting to know my new nephew! But I wanted to share this upcoming workshop with you today. Run by the lovely Emily Quinton (who I have know for a while but finally had the pleasure of actually meeting recently) and interiors stylist and trend expert Gudy Herder. It is called Defining your signature style with photography and Moodboarding and they will be teaching the workshop over the 8th and 9th of November in London.I have been a big mood board fan for years as I’m sure you have noticed! Ever since we were taught how to make them in college, I was hooked. When we started our new venture, the first thing I did was put together a mood board to collate all my inspirations and ideas together.
If you are starting a new blog, a business, designing a collection or even working on a more personal project, and have got a little stuck, need some advice or would just like to learn how to channel and convey your style and inspiration – then this could be the course for you.Exploring what inspires you and makes your style unique, with a group of like minded people is so much fun and very rewarding. For maximum creative input, Gudy, Emily and all you participants will build a giant mood board which will pull all the days inspirations and everyone’s ideas together in a coherent and inspiring way. Connecting with others is a huge part of this weekend workshop and this exercise gives everyone the opportunity to work together creatively in a way you may not have done before.Absolutely no experience is required, and as I said earlier the workshop is open to everyone from bloggers to business owners or those working on personal projects. It makes sense to have a project in mind to apply your newly defined style to, but you can be right at the very beginning of the road, at a crossroads, or some way down the line.Ideally, you will bring with you a camera phone and dSLR or compact camera. For the moodboarding you will need images and materials which define you and your project best. There will also be plenty of materials for you to work with during the workshop too and beautiful props for you to photograph.
The cost of this workshop is £275 per person and includes the following:
• all materials for the weekend, including props for the photography lessons and material for moodboarding.
• a full set of notes for each part of the course with a breakdown of instructions for each process.
• lunch, coffee break, and all refreshments.