Welcome to my blog, as always!! If you are new, please bring a cup of your favorite “Colombian coffee” and enjoy the ride. I have always believed that I will continue to educate myself until the day I close my eyes forever. I love when I learn new things and improve the things that I am having a hard time with. Well, back in February, I had the pleasure of attending one of the most interesting professional photography workshops ever!! 100% photojournalism; I L O V E I T! The Foundation Workshop took place in San Miguel De Allende, Mexico where I was among twenty other talented photographers. We hung out in a 100 year old house that looked like an Italian Villa; it was gorgeous.. My assignment was to photograph, for two days, a house for elderly people. I learned so much and the workshop had some aspects of which I challenged myself to achieve better images in a less conventional way. Other peers had to go to Brick factories, Red Cross, Glass factories, schools, hospitals, etc. I love it! I love hanging out with my friends, and having this experience has changed me forever. I want to especially thank my mentors and friends, Sergio and Daniel Aguilar. Thank you for walking me through and helping me to see my shots in a completely different way. To Huy, Andrew, Katrina, Kelly and Sergio, thank you for spending so much time chatting with me on our way to the airport.. I felt so special.. Huy Nguyen, Fer Juaristi, Brett Butterstein, Katrina Wallace, Andrew Mejia, Kelly Rashka, Anahi Navarro, Gulnara our official photographer. Thank you for helping and for being there for Us, this is what makes this workshop so successful being in company of such a talented peers, but the most important aspect to me it the human quality of all of you. Muchas gracias, ustedes tienen un lugar muy exclusivo en mi corazon. 😉
Now, I am presenting to you the slideshow with some of my images of this experience.
Thank you Sergio and Gulnara for this images 🙂
If you need more information about the Foundation Workshop they host 2 a year one in Texas and Mexico.. The Foundation