Mentorships are designed to assist in the development of specific photographic projects or to expand one's photography skills. Sessions are conveniently offered through distance learning or on location in New Mexico. All fees are tax deductible and help support our Greater Chaco Landscape Project through Naamenhnay, Inc. a 501(c3) non-profit foundation.
Mentorship programs include portfolio reviews, long-term projects, or advancing your photography skills. Distance learning mentorships are based on four sessions over three months. Suggested donation is $1425.00.
Private on location in New Mexico sessions are also available at a suggested donation of $795.00 per day.
Making your support work. All donations help us continue our work on the Greater Chaco Landscape Project dedicated to preserving Chaco Canyon Historic Cultural Preserve from encroaching industry and to provide a voice for the people affected by such industry. To learn more please visit Naamenhnay Project, Inc. Question of Power
To discuss and plan your mentorship contact Carlan.
"Thank you Carlan for a wonderful experience. You have a special gift for sharing combined with your creative and warm spirit. I have been home a week, but a big part of me is still in New Mexico."
Workshops ~ 2018
Expressive Black and White Landscapes and Fine-Art Digital Printmaking
March 4 - 9, 2018 - Santa Fe Photographic Workshops
Explore the spirit of black-and-white landscapes while building your aesthetic and technical skills. More information
Smithsonian Photo Journey: Focus on Santa Fe
May 13 - 18, 2018 - Smithsonian Journeys
The distinctive light and red-hued landscapes of Santa Fe, Taos, and Abiquiu once brought Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams to the region. Photographers, artists, authors, and visitors continue to be drawn here not only for the special light, but also for the cultural richness. More Information
Crafting the Spirit of a Portrait
October 1 - 5, 2018 - Santa Fe Photographic Workshops
A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it. Connecting photographer and subject to create the spirit of a portrait. More Information