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Food. Workshops. Photography. Adventures.


From wine tasting in Bordeaux to truffle foraging in ancient Croatian forests, each workshop is a unique opportunity to travel, learn, and bond over glasses filled with wine and tables filled with food. Together we'll share our love of eating, nerding out over cameras and props, and standing on chairs taking pictures of our dinner.

Our workshops are open to photographers of all levels, from the seasoned professional to the new hobbyist. You won't find vague descriptions of styling and shooting techniques here. We offer comprehensive insight into the technical, creative, and business sides of lifestyle photography, as well as hands-on styling sessions with real-time feedback and instruction. We've worked as photographers and stylists on large and small-scale shoots—running the gamut from 7-Up to small-batch cheese makers—and can't wait to share our experiences with you.

The adventures range from wine tasting to cheese making to sight-seeing, and always include hands-on activities in beautiful surroundings. These workshops are meant to inspire you, connect you with like-minded creatives, and give you the groundwork of knowledge and skills to be able to capture your experience. And all while enjoying absurd amounts of good food.


"People who love to eat are always the best people." —Julia Child



Your Host

Your Host

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Eva Kosmas Flores


Eva is a photographer, stylist, & writer based out of Portland, Oregon.


Likes - the smell of tomato leaves, kneading dough, sticking cold hands under a hot faucet, all kinds of moss, her beagle's muzzle, stinky cheese.

Dislikes - ants, the smell of broccoli cooking, when your contacts suction to your eyeballs, codependency, billy joel.

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Every workshop brings new makers, photographers, bloggers, and writers that we partner with for each particular location and setting. They each bring a warm voice, refreshing perspective, and lots of experiences to share. Here are some of the partners we've worked with in the past, and some that we will be working with in the coming year.


"I still think that one of the pleasantest of all emotions is to know that I, I with my brain and my hands, have nourished my beloved few, that I have concocted a stew or a story, a rarity or a plain dish, to sustain them truly against the hungers of the world." —M.F.K. Fisher


Izy Hossack
Top With Cinnamon

Valentina Solfrini
Hortus Natural Cooking

Olaiya Land
Milly's Kitchen

Bea Lubas
Bea's Cookbook

Holly Wulff Petersen
Rye London

Trisha Hughes
Eat Your Beets

Carey Nershi

Linda Lomelino
Call Me Cupcake

Nora + Laura
Our Food Stories

Maggie Pate
Nåde Studio

Hannah Messinger

Lauren + Jake Brown
Red & Brown

Marta Greber
What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today