My Photography for Parents workshop at Applegarth Farm, Grayshott, Surrey

Photography workshops

When I first moved to the Haslemere/Farnham area 18 months ago, we visited Applegarth Farm in Grayshott and immediately knew it would be perfect for my Photography for Parents workshop.

I love running my workshops in places that add to the experience and Applegarth certainly does that. With a gorgeous farm shop, restaurant, art studios and relaxing places to sit, it really is a lovely place to spend time.

Last week I ran my first workshop there with 8 lovely mums attending, we had great morning together!


Here are a few of the comments from the feedback forms:

“Great, really inspiring! Just the right level of techie details. Makes me want to start shooting as soon as I get home!”
Jemma Ingram

“Vicki is an excellent communicator and a very enthusiastic photographer willing to share her expertise and years of experience. Very useful!”
Lorna Maye

“Great workshop – Vicki went through everything at a good pace, covered a lot but not too quickly.” 
Jenny Hanson

“I really enjoyed the whole morning, thank you so much. The venue was absolutely brilliant too. I’m now itching to get out and practice my new found skills!”
Clare Melton

My next two workshop dates are fully booked, but I have just announced a brand new date on 28th September at The Medicine Garden in Cobham. You can see the details here.

Have a great weekend the sunshine (at last!)  I’m running another morning of spring mini sessions tomorrow morning then a BBQ with friends in the evening. Happy days!


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