We live, work, love and play in a society that sells us an identity. We’re constantly pulled by outside forces to be different or something that we’re not. Using the power of self expression and photography, Rob Woodcox raises the discussion about how much power lives right within you. Tapping into his imagination to create show stopping, world renowned images, let Rob take you on a journey to creating powerful, meaningful photographs that will help you succeed in your personal and professional goals.
Over a 3 day weekend with Rob, you’ll indulge in inspiration exercises, practice guided lighting and camera techniques, and master beginning and experienced level editing tips to perfect your photographs. Beginning, intermediate and experienced photographers are welcomed in this course- you’ll be doing a lot of work related to honing and perfecting your vision, which applies to photographers across the board. Paired with the various unique and compelling locations below, this will be a weekend that marks a change in your journey.
Pereira: July 26-28 2019
Bogota: August 2-4 2019
August 8-11 2019
October 18-20 2019
Rob Woodcox is a fine art and fashion photographer currently splitting time between Mexico City, Los Angeles and New York City. He exercises his talent for photography with a passion that is unquenchable and contagious. As he creates each piece of artwork, Rob strives to capture fragments of a vivid life sewn by the threads of reality, memory and dream. Each concept is a declaration of his experience and seeks to tell a meaningful story to each individual that views it.
Rob's passion for photography has developed into a dedication for advocacy and making strained voices heard. Rob has produced projects raising awareness and conversation around the US foster system and adoption, queer identity, body positivity and racial diversity. Having been adopted as a child and interacting often with the foster care system, Rob creates from a unique perspective, finding hope in the human connection and the will to overcome negative constructs within our complex societies.
Rob has worked for clients such as Universal Pictures, Capitol Records, Live Nation and various celebrities. His work has been seen in public gallery spaces in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Austria to name a few, and published in various media outlets such as Vogue, Out, Vice, ABC, UK Mail, Huffington Post and more. Additionally he has taught 80+ workshops in over 15 countries- Rob looks forward to bringing this experience to his next workshops.