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Hugh and Sean are teaming up to present a three day workshop experience and shooting practicum designed especially for photographers interested in entering the world of YouTube.

The workshop will cover all aspects of setting up a home vlogging studio and producing a final video from ideation all the way to shot lists and gear selection in pre-production; the sometimes flummoxing physical and logistical realities of an actual shoot in production both in your studio and on location; the joys and challenges of visual and audio editing including soundtrack selection in post-production; to the mechanics and lessons learned of posting to YouTube and generating awareness through other social media channels.


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Sean has been fortunate enough to tell visual stories for individuals, NGO'S and big multinational corporations, across more than 20 countries. He's traveled many long hours working as a photographic and filmmaking, one man band; as well as helping companies set up their own studios and training their staff to be able to produce high quality, compelling visual content in house. In recent years Sean has built a following online around his street photography on Instagram and his channel on YouTube where he gets to teach up and coming photographers.

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Hugh fell in love with photography the moment he held a Kodachrome slide up to the light for the very first time. He was 7. He built his first darkroom by the age of 12. Worked in a camera store by the age of 14. By 16, he was running the photography program at a summer camp in Maine. But life has a way of intruding, and Hugh’s path into adulthood was academia and then the corporate world. Fortunate enough to retire early, he rediscovered photography, added screenwriting and filmmaking - and has embraced the power of YouTube and Instagram. His love for and knowledge of the art are clear; his enthusiasm, infectious.


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Space is limited and booking travel ahead of time is usually more economical, so we encourage you to sign up early.


  • $1,350 if you book by March 1 (10% off)

  • $1,275 for attendees of our previous workshops (15% off)

  • $1200 per workshop for attendees who simultaneously book our  “The Streets of New York” workshop (20% off)


Thanks to our partners, you’ll have the opportunity to try out a variety of camera, lighting, audio, and support gear during this process


Travel & accommodations not included.

We look forward to seeing you!