A new breed of creative dog photography workshop.

It's returning in 2023 (we hope!)

Style Lab Workshop was first held in January 2020 in Tasmania, Australia. Since then, we've been itching to schedule another!

Since worldwide travel is looking a little more likely next year, our 2022 schedules are filling up fast! So we are tentatively planning a Style Lab Workshop return for somewhere, sometime in 2023.

Created by internationally acclaimed pet photographers Charlotte Reeves and Craig Turner-Bullock, Style Lab Workshop is a dog photography learning experience like no other.

Limited to just eight attendees, the workshop runs over four full days, providing plenty of opportunity for group and individual activities, inspirational chats, creative shoots and editing deep dives.

We’ll be embarking on a journey of discovery, where you’ll:

  • Explore what makes you different from other photographers.
  • Learn how to tap into your unique way of seeing, interacting with and interpreting the world.
  • Give yourself space to honestly explore what makes you happy, and hone in on what you truly enjoy.
  • Learn why being different can help pave the way to success.
  • Discover how to inject your personality and vision into your work.
  • Understand why shooting for yourself can be instrumental in attracting an audience that appreciates you for your style.
  • Identify any skills you need to develop further, to create your unique style.

Style Lab Workshop is the all-inclusive, life changing experience that pet photographers around the world have been waiting for.

We'll have full details, including pricing, available for you next year. Register below for updates!

In the meantime, you can check out the amazing experience that was Style Lab Workshop 2020!

Style Lab Workshop 2020

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