Food Styling and Photography workshop, May 2012 in France
25 Jan 2012
I have some exciting news. It’s been a while now since my friend Bea and I started talking about running a food styling and photography workshop together. It took us some time to find a time when it both fitted our schedules. Yet we had found an amazing place to run it. In France! We will have full details available soon *but* today, we’d like to share the essence of the workshop with you:
The beautiful Chåteau de Ventenac in the south of France, in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. Ventenac is located 20 minutes from the historic city of Narbonne, and 40 minutes from the Mediterranean coast. Both the Pyrénées (to the south) and the Cévennes mountains (to the north) are less than one hour away. The medieval city of Carcassonne lies 45 minutes to the west.
May 19 to 24, 2012
How many people:
8 (most of the rooms are shared, see the floor plan here), with possibilities of a few more depending on number; 2 instructors
A 5 night & 4 dayfood styling and photographing workshop with Beatrice Peltre and myself.
US $ 2.200 , about 1680 Euros , excluding transportation. (Non-student companion rate $1690 US)
Will be included: 5 nights accommodation, 5 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 2 dinners with wine–plus tea, coffee and soft drinks available all day.
Possible activities included are a winery tour, the visit to a French local farmer’s market, the renting of bikes–and more.
Let us know whether you are interested so that we can confirm this time slot! We've had a lot of interest, so we'll be opening up the official registration soon! Look for an announcement, and don't delay signing up, as the class will likely sell out quickly.
We cannot wait to meet you there.
(In case you were wondering, I am an Amazon affiliate, and purchases from links in this post to Amazon may earn me a nickel or two... so thanks!). blog comments powered by Disqus
Lara Ferroni is a former tech geek turned food geek who spends her days exploring the food culture of the Pacific Northwest. As a food writer and photographer, you might spy her learning to make kim chee in the back rooms of a local church, foraging for wild berries, or snapping away in the some of the Seattle and Portland's finest kitchens. You can find her work in publications such as Epicurious.com, Gourmet.com, Edible Communities (Seattle, San Francisco), Seattle Magazine, Seattle Metropolitan as well as numerous cookbooks, including Doughnuts: Simple and Delicious Recipes to Make at Home.