Workshops With Karen Marshall


Living Room Critiques

My living room critiques are small independent workshops that meet in my home in New York City.  These sessions offer an intimate but structured environment where the photographer receives expert input and ongoing dialog with fellow photographers.  This supportive setting is for photographers who enjoy working independently, but also appreciate structured critiques and group.

I am also available for individual sessions if that works better for your schedule.  Please refer to my one to one sessions here or contact me here and I will explain my rates and packages available to work individually with you on your projects and portfolios.

Winter 2020

International Center of Photography

New York City


Developing Projects; Establishing a Vision

Thursdays 10-1PM

February 6 - April 2

(Every Other Week)

This course is for photographers ready to commit to a long-term project. Class discussions aid the process of cultivating each student’s personal intensions, while developing strategies to accomplish long-term goals. Participants are asked to examine how their “tool of choice” influences their overall approach and rendering of work. Class exercises show how various methods of grouping photographs can strengthen individual images, create series, and sequence and frame ideas. Students create focused projects, as assignments are tailored to meet individual needs. NOTE: This class meets every other week.

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