Workshops give you the perfect environment to grow. They empower you to elevate your photographs, so you can be the photographer you were always meant to be.
Time with Tony

There are photographers, there are teachers, and then there is Tony. What does this mean for you? It means you’re signing up for the best of both worlds; Someone who understands what it means to be a photographer, the struggles and the triumphs,  but also someone who has the background and knowledge of helping thousands of students hone in on what makes them special.


October 16th-21st  2022


If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old.
-Peter F. Drucker

We are a vision-based workshop company. What does that mean? Well, it means you have a part in this too; no matter what your skill level, you bring the vision, and we’ll back you up; supporting you every step of the way to help you become the photographer we feel you deserve to be (with a bit of elbow grease, of course).

We want nothing more than for you to show up as yourself in your photography and in your life. We are excited to see what YOU bring to the table, and we’re standing by, ready to help you when you show up for your dreams.

Why we chose Boston
One if by land, two if by sea.


Here are some things that you may or may not know about Boston. Sure thoughts arise of Paul Revere, the Boston Tea party, and the Red Sox. But there are some interesting facts you should know.

It’s home to the very first chocolate factory. That was reason enough to want to go, but I guess if you need a bit more…

There are no happy hours (maybe I shouldn’t lead with that); it’s where the pilgrims had that little-known feast called, um, Thanksgiving (the first one in the country). These said pilgrims were also not fans of another little-known holiday, Christmas. In the 1600s, they wouldn’t even allow St. Nick to sprinkle them with “corrupt” gifts a-plenty for 20 plus years! (Bah humbug!) It’s home to the oldest original Major League Baseball stadium (Hey, Fenway!). The earliest settlers loved beans, like loovvved them (baked beans specifically) so much so that all of that molasses they had to have on hand to make those scrumptious beans kind of burst at the seams and killed 21 people way back in 1919. The biggest art heist in history took place there in the 1990s, and more than $500 million worth of paintings were stolen and are still missing today! (You can watch Netflix to learn more). You can drive 90 feet underground if you’re into that sort of thing, and it has the first U.S. of A. subway (the real kind, not the sandwich).

This is just a small slice of the pie, and in the case of Boston Cream Pie, it’s pretty much cake people. Yep, not really pie at all! And who doesn’t love cake?

There is so much to say about Boston; I mean, its history holds so many of the firsts for our country, and that history still runs deep today through its (still original and oh so charming!) cobblestone streets.

We can’t wait to hear you say, you’ve “bean” there, done that. Just keep an eye on the molasses!

Tony has a fun, patient, and approachable way of sharing his wealth of experience. He guides his students toward their own individual style and voice as photographers. He has a knack for helping you see what you are drawn to, and showing you the path to creating work that speaks from your vision. Such an amazing week!
Deb Alexander
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