Return to The North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

Intimate and literal landscapes captured during this weeks workshops.
Small Group Landscape Photography Workshops in Northern Britain
Following Covid I have decided not to run my own small group workshops in Northern Britain from now on, after a very enjoyable fifteen year period working with small groups of photographers mostly in the National Parks.

I'm available for one and half day photography tuition with individuals and couples only from 2021 onwards. I will though continue to work for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. These are one day small group workshops and take place at Pickering, Goathland and Darnholme between July and October.
Thursday & Friday this week I had the most brilliant time running photography workshops again for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Its been almost two years since I did any kind of photography tuition and it was just the best feeling to be out and about working with enthusiastic lovely people so keen to learn new ways to photograph landscapes and steam railway scenes/people along the railway between Pickering and Goathland/Darnholme. I'm sitting here back in York and pinching myself, did it really happen!!! Its hard to believe after all that's gone on over the last couple of years. The weather was blisteringly hot most of the time but none the less we were able to seek out some intimate landscapes, as well as moving trains on the moors plus some good character shots of the engine drivers who are so photogenic. Pies, pasties, lashings of great coffee and tea and several magnums were enthusiastically consumed at Goathland station cafe on both days, one of the best places for a tea break in the National Park. Wind up sessions in the classroom back at Pickering topped off two of the best days I've ever had teaching photography so I'm really looking forward now to August when we will be up on the moors again when the heather will be in bloom.