"The elements of Self Critique was exactly what I needed to start taking a step outside of my comfort zone. To take what I was already passionate about and learn about my why's and also to learn how & when to take a step back and give myself the support I need. All of the things Kate taught made an immediate impact on the quality of work I am creating and choosing to put out in the world. The class was invaluable. Kate was beyond giving with her time. The extra personal touches she gave the class were really generous and the essential push I needed."
Mandy Benoit

“This was an amazing course! In a subtle way, it touched me deeper than I had expected. I not only learned tools how to better critique my own images; I also walked away with more confidence and trust in my instincts, not only with respect to my photography. Kate is a truly wonderful teacher, and she helped us to open up by opening up herself a lot. It's very clear that she loves to teach and deeply cares about her students.”
Caroline Holt

“The Elements of Self-Critique opened my eyes and brought new concepts to my awareness. Kate is insightful, knowledgeable, relatable and I believe her guidance has already helped me to grow as a photographer. I can see myself referring back to the materials over the years and continuing to get more from the class. Definitely time and money well spent!”
Ohea Graham

“Kate really dug deep and dissected my images and gave me detailed reviews! It opened my eyes to many elements I was not aware of. It's one thing to create and a whole other thing to critique your own work. Great workshop! I learned so much.”
Reem Alshaikh

“This class was an amazing experience. I learned a lot about myself and my art through this process. Kate leads the class on an encouraging journey of self exploration which will result in a paradigm shift. Through this process, I recognized some untruths and unkind tapes I say about my art. Kate encouraged me to let go of these destructive voices resulting in growth in my art. While the skills are presented in the context of photography, these skills will easily carry over to many aspects of life. Not only did I grow in my photography through this journey of exploration, but I also grew in other ares of my life.”
Lisa Edney