Terms & Conditions

Cancelled Workshops

If we are forced to cancel a workshop for any reason, your entire tuition will be transferred to another workshop or you can have it refunded to you.

For anyone traveling to workshops, it is highly recommend to purchase trip insurance to cover your expenses in case of cancellation.

What Does It Take For Me To Cancel A Workshop?

A lot. An act of God, really. If there’s rain in the forecast, snow in the forecast, thunderstorms in the forecast, we will still hold the workshop. This type of weather can make for some incredibly dramatic images and it’s not something I shy away from. In addition to that, I am cognizant of the fact that students have purchased plane tickets, made hotel reservations, rented cars and even gear and canceling these things can be a big hassle (with or without travel insurance).

The only time I will ever cancel a workshop is if conditions are absolutely guaranteed to bring un-shootable and/or miserable conditions or some sort of (God forbid) family emergency that can’t be ignored. Again, if something like this happens, I will work with you to move your registration to a later date or get you a full refund.

Personal Emergencies

If you have a personal emergency, please contact me as soon as possible. I will be willing to work with you to reschedule or refund your registration fee on a case-by-case basis.


Partnered workshops require a minimum of 5 participants. In the event we don’t sell out or reach our minimum we will likely still make the workshop happen, however we do reserve the right to cancel the workshop. In this case your registration will be transferred to another workshop or a refund will be given.

Unpaid Tuition

100% of the workshop tuition must be paid 14 days before the workshop begins. If a final payment has not been made by 14 days prior to the day of the workshop, that students spot in the workshop will be voided until payment is received. If no final payment is received for a registered workshop spot, your tuition balance due may be turned over to a collection agency.