Come join American photographer, filmmaker & writer Doug Mayhew for our award winning Landscape Photography Series happening throughout the greater Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions of the United States…
Studio Madography focuses on artists’ creative pursuits and individual endeavors as expressed through photography, filmmaking and writing. Compelling works don’t just happen. Accepting this premise, together we frame the interplay between artist and audience, examine the underlying constructs and explore the various elements of why… why one work succeeds, and another fails.
Our Landscape Photography Series provide participants with an environment for both learning and collaboration; where a foundation grounded in proven principals is emphasized first, and that later provides the building blocks for mastering more advanced techniques. Where expert instruction and mentoring are the rule, not the exception; where in time, an artist’s personal experiences followed closely by the outside world’s influences become most consequential to the process of creation… and thus, the development of the artist’s unique point of view.
We invite you to look through and choose from any of our upcoming events or request one of our personally tailored half-day or full-day private offerings at any of our Madography locations. If you’d like additional information or help booking a reservation feel free to give us a call at: 855-723-8749 or contact us here.
Landscape Photography Series
Fall 2018 Landscape Photography Series
Sept 15: Breckenridge, Colorado, Fall Colors Photography Tour & Landscape Workshop
Sept 22: Vail, Colorado, Fall Colors Photography Tour & Landscape Workshop
Sept 29: Aspen, Colorado, Fall Colors Photography Tour & Landscape Workshop
Oct 06: Telluride, Colorado, Fall Colors Photography Tour & Landscape Workshop
Oct 13: Moab, Utah, Fall Colors Photography Tour & Landscape Workshop
- Landscape Photography Series
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