MAD Arts Instructional Series

Join American photographer, filmmaker & writer Doug Mayhew and experience our award winning MAD Arts Instructional Series events happening throughout the greater Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions of the United States.

Through our MAD Arts Instructional Series events, Studio Madography focuses on artists’ creative pursuits and individual endeavors as expressed through photography, filmmaking and writing. Within our events participants explore the creative framework and subconscious interplay between they the artist and their intended audience while scrutinizing the many artistic elements of “why”… why one work succeeds, and another fails. MAD Arts Instructional Series

Along with being fun, our Instructional Series events provide participants with an environment for both learning and collaboration; where proven principles are emphasized, that later become the foundational building blocks for more advanced, artful techniques. Studio Madography’s expert instruction, individual mentoring, and hands on guidance are the rule, not the exception. Our passion for this stuff is real, and the joy that comes from such transformative experiences is contagious. As an artist’s awareness grows, so does their desire to expand and improve. With one’s immersion into the experience itself, artistic expression is realized, culminating in the development of the artist’s self. It is that, the artist’s voice, that is most consequential to the creation of original, compelling works… it manifesting a unique point of view, and being most rewarding to the artist. MAD Arts Instructional Series

We invite you to look through and choose from our upcoming events. Custom tailored half-day, full-day and multi-day private offerings are also available at any of our Madography locations. And if you’d like additional information or assistance booking reservations, give us a call at: 855-723-8749 or contact us here.

We are artists. We endeavor for that which speaks to us. When creating for ourselves, there are no rules. Our storytelling is an extension of that process; making original imagery, crafting scenes of motion or writing about our experiences is rewarding, though themselves together not necessary. Ever-ready for that next grand adventure, one steeped in imagery, worthy of paper and pen… the journey matters.   — Madographer

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