I am extremely pleased to announce my next photography workshop in Tajikistan, this time in association with the Aga Khan Foundation. Our team is leaving on October 7, and the workshop will run from October 12 through October 18 in Khorog, a city located near the country’s border with Afghanistan to the south.
Once again, we are teaching 20 local high school students to tell stories related to early education and healthcare. We are always thrilled to see how our students are able to develop real photographic skills over the course of just one week and to use them as a means of expression.
This is our third workshop this year; our past workshops in Bhutan and Nicaragua were resounding successes. If you haven’t had the opportunity to view the incredible work produced by our students at these two workshops, I invite you to visit the photo galleries linked below:
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As always, I hope that you will enjoy this experience alongside us.
Thank you and warmest regards,