Workshop at Design Aglow Headquarters

Workshop at Design Aglow Headquarters

This will be the only workshop we host for the remainder of 2008... Jesh de Rox's life (as an artform) on June 9-11.

"An intimate 3 day workshop with Jesh de Rox and gifted guest speaker Lena Hyde, limited to 14 participants.

Over the three days, we'll be exploring your ability to create meaningful work that is personally fulfilling to you and highly valued by your clients. Major themes will include the process of self discovery and expression, developing personal style, and powerfully connective client relationships.

Each day is an adventure of group experiments, live shoots, image critiques, post processing and one-on-one mentor sessions. We'll share with you not only our techniques, but the principles behind them and why they work, so you can apply them directly to your own unique circumstance and perspective, nurturing your growth as a successful artist and person."

Registration is now open and limited to 14 participants. Email life@jeshderox.com to reserve your space.




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