Fully Booked Wednesday March 20th 2024 : Ginko Broadway in The Cotswolds


Wednesday March 20th 2024 – 10am to 4pm

Broadway in the Cotswolds: A Photo-Haiku Masterclass in creating Photographic Projects and Photo-books

Under the guidance of professional photographer and tutor Stewart Wall, you will follow the workshop notes in Stewart’s publication ‘A Master Guide to Creating Project Photography Using Photo-Haiku‘ to develop your ability to create more meaningful and impactful photography.

If you are interested in developing photography projects, or make photography for distinction submissions, or to improve chances of winning photography competitions this day will help you greatly.

The workshop is also ideal for anyone enrolled on a photography degree or masters degree course.

Payment for the course can be by:

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  • bank transfer (add to basket and then go to basket via pop up menu)any booking difficulties please call/text Stewart on 0795 512 4000

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A Great Day Out Enjoying Photography
Making Project Photography and Photo-books with Powerful Concepts

The Gordon Russsell Museum at Broadway ©Stewart Wall, 2016

Photo-Haiku Photography Workshop
with professional photographer Stewart Wall
March 2oth 2024 10am – 4pm

The beautiful Cotswold village of Broadway is the stunning venue  for this workshop. All attendees will be given a complimentary copy of Stewart’s Master Class in Project Photography photo-book which we will use throughout the day and by using the Photo-Haiku way of making photography develop ‘new eyes’ and ways of making photography which will help you create more impactful and distinctive photography.

The Broadway Photo-haiku Photo-book After the workshop all attendees will be invited to submit work for a Photo-book of the day, which Stewart will design, have printed, and then he will send a complimentary copy to all attendees. The book continues the learning, because you will see the work of all the attendees, which in turn may give you new ideas about how to produce your own work.

A Guided Tour of the Gordon Russell Design Museum (additional £10) Between 12 and 1pm there is a guided tour of the design museum to help understand more about the heritage and history of one of the areas great design pioneers who was schooled in the Arts and Crafts tradition of the Cotswolds. Stewart will talk about how we can learn from his work in regards to composition and design in photography.  There is additional cost of about £10 payable to the museum for their guided tour. If anyone prefers to not go on the tour Stewart will set them a one hour photographic assigment.

A Guided Tour of The Gordon Russell Design Museum ©Stewart Wall, 2016

Photo-Haiku, as a photographic approach helps workshop attendees see in a different way, and create more powerful images. Past attendees report they have found the approach enjoyable and often return for more. During the workshop each attendee is given a copy of ‘The Master Guide to Creating Project and Photo-Haiku’ Photography’ which is used throughout the workshop. The guide is kept by the attendees

March 2oth Project Broadway Concept

Photograph above shows attendees from the October 2023 Bath Workshop using the ‘Master Guide to Creating Project Photography’ that is supplied to all workshop attendees so they can create their own record of the day

Attendees of the workshop are invited to create photography in the way they wish to, but the workshop will have a concept to help attendees work towards creating a powerful project. Stewart’s ‘Master Guide to Creating Project Photography’ has proven so popular with previous attendees as a guide to working towards a concept. The guide has been rewritten for 2024. You can see the 2023 master guide being used in the photograph above.

Ginko Broadway Project Photo-book

After the event, all attendees will also be invited to have images in the Ginko Photobook from the workshop and will receive a complimentary copy in the post once it is created. These books are a marvellous momento of the workshop day, and prove a great learning aid as you will be able to see what your peers created on the same day of the same thing as yourself.

An Added Workshop Bonus

Two of the attendees at the Bath Workshop stop for a chat and a break. We have regular breaks during the day, and the walking is at a gentle pace

These workshops prove very popular, and people return to experience the workshop in different locations on numerous dates. They are a great day out with like-minded people and have an overall aim of helping attendees develop their own photography into something really enjoyable and more powerful. If you are interested in creating your own projects and photo-books you should gain a lot ideas from atending and working alongside Stewart for the day. Throughout the day there will also be time to socialise with the other attendees and often new friendships with like minded people form.

Project Broadway : A Great Place to Make Photography

Throughout the day there will be some amazing opportunities to make some superb photography at Broadway. Places on the workshop are limited so please book early.

The Workshop Price includes:
1) The Photo-Haiku Workshop
2) The Gordon Russell 1 hour Guided Tour with permission to take photographs (Additional charge of £10 paid to the museum)
3) The Masterclass Guide Photo-book to Creating Project Photography using Photo-Haiku
4) A Complimentary copy of the Project Broadway Photo-book including postage to a UK address
5) Free access to Stewart’s new online course ‘Making Creative Project Photography using Photo-Haiku’
6) A great day socialising with like minded people

The Tutor: Stewart Wall

In 2020 the Royal Photographic Society commissioned Stewart to write the criteria for a new distinctions genre called ‘Photo-books’ which he chaired for the first two years of its existance. He is also a Chair and Assessor of the Licentiate Distinction. He is an avid creator of photo-books and has plans to create 100 photo-books in 2024.

Stewart has been a professional photographer since he was taken on as a staff press photographer for The Brentwood Gazetter in 1978 whilst he was still technically a school boy. He went on to freelance for Fleet Street supplying images to newspapers such as The Sunday Times, The Express and the The Daily Mail.

In more recent times, over the last decade he has returned to school and completed a BA (hons) degree in Photography, an MA in Visual Communication (using photography) and a Level 7 PGCE teaching qualification in Lifelong Learning.

The Workshop Price includes:
1) The Workshop
2) The Masterclass Guide to Creating Project Photography using Photo-Haiku
3) A Complimentary copy of the Ginko Portishead Photo-book including postage to a UK address

Cancellation Policy
If you have to cancel we will make a full refund if we can fill your place.
In the unlikely event the event has to be cancelled we will refund the course fee or offer a place on another event if you prefer.