With Interior, food and lifestyle photographer, Tracey Ayton. Invites you to attend at a Beach House location…
Sunday, May 3rd, 2020
Sunday, June 7th, 2020
Sunday, July 5th, 2020
1PM – 7 PM
“All things pretty” at a West Coast beach house location, near Vancouver, BC. Get Inspired with like minded creatives in these hands on styling workshops. The six hour events give attendees the opportunity to enjoy a unique and inspiring experience using an impressive amount of styling props, dishes, textiles, food and florals to create their own vignettes.
These styling workshops are all about finding your “creative eye” and capturing it on either a camera, smart phone or better yet, both. Tracey’s goal for these workshops is to shed some light into what she does in order to create the vignettes that you see in her work. Heavy emphasis is on styling, however, there will be “light” guidance available throughout the day for photography tips to those that want the best chance to capture their creation and need a little boost to get there.
Lite bites and refreshments will be available during the workshops. Registration opens January 11th, 1pm.
Investment: $475.00 + GST
*Price reflects flowers, props, food, refreshments, venders, assistants and is respectively held at Tracey’s own private residence.
*Limited number of seats available.
September 2020 TBA
There will be additional mini workshops with local artisans happening throughout the summer months *TBA*
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Some Sweet Notes
The workshop was everything that I hoped it would be and more. I, (well I believe lots of people do) get stuck in the daily grind and rarely take breaks just to be creative and surround ourselves by inspiring like-minded individuals from different walks of life and your workshop was the perfect source of ‘creative refueling’.
The biggest takeaway that I found was layers are everything and to not overthink things. Styling is sometimes perfectly imperfect and that was a great reminder. I also loved the different types of women who were drawn to your program, I learned a lot about each of them and have established a couple of great contacts through your ‘cross pollination’ of creatives.
I have admired Tracey’s effortless and timeless style for years-so much so that I flew in from London, Ontario to attend her workshop! Tracey welcomed all her Attendees into her home with open arms and a warm heart.
Throughout the day We were introduced to numerous vignettes of props and fresh flowers, each station more gorgeous than the next!! As artists, we were free to roam and get creative with our content creation, all the while
Tracy was only a few steps away To offer knowledge and make you think outside the box.
This past weekend on my blog, I did a little review of my favourite moments of 2019. Taking part in this Photography and Styling Workshop with @tracey_ayton was the top of my list. Being surrounded by beautiful flowers, on a farm, with my camera is pretty much my perfect way to spend a day!
Last week had me back in Vancouver for two polar opposite events. One was to say goodbye to an old childhood friend who passed away way too young, the other was to attend a workshop with a photographer and stylist who I’ve admired for years. Tracey Ayton is one of those talented people who is always the photographer in my favorite
glossy Canadian interior design magazines. Timing was on my side and it allowed me to spend a fabulous day with her and two other creatives in her beautiful west coast seaside home. As you can see, every detail in her home is thought out to precision. (More images on my blog). The only regret is that I didn’t meet her insta-famous dog,
Had an amazing time at the @tracey_ayton #aytonstylesworkshop today with so many creative ladies and beautiful photo ops! More photos and thoughts to come! Thank you @schoolhouse_farm and @alexisleaphotography for this shot! I’m glad you talked me into being your ‘model’ 😘
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