JH Engström


05-09 October 2020
Santorini, Greece

About the

This 5-day workshop will be conducted by the Swedish photographer, JH Engström, on the Greek island of Santorini, situated in the southern Aegean Sea.  Participants will be encouraged to produce emotive and intimate photographs, while finding appropriate techniques to visually manifest depth and meaning with their work.

Engström has published many critically and award winning photobooks including Härbärge, Trying to Dance, Haunts, Sketch of Paris and Revoir. His approach is intuitive with a very personal reading of the world in which the autobiographical exploration is central. Engström demonstrates that all things carry vital energy within, that solitude and empathy, feelings of safety or the contrary, vulnerability, are experienced everyday. Hence, each portrait or self-portrait, still life or landscape, holds a sum of recollections and constitutes an intimate, visual and poetic journal that addresses each and every one.

About the





Earlybird: 14.08.2020 Normal price: 01.09.2020

Earlybird price

850 euros

Normal price

950 euros
Fee can be paid in two installments. The first installment (450 euros) will be the deposit. This price is for the workshop only, not accommodation

In order to apply for the workshop you can either send an email or fill in the following form and we will contact you.

For more information about the workshop contact artfotomode@gmail.com

Via email
To submit your work you can send an email to: artfotomode@gmail.com, including a short C.V, a statement and a pdf file containing up to 15 images of your work.

Via application form
To submit your work you can fill in the following form and attach a zip folder including a short C.V, a statement and a pdf file containing up to 15 images of your work.

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The Greek island of Santorini is the wonderful location for this unique workshop, and provides a natural and light inspiration for this creative and productive 5-days. The workshop is hosted by The Palm Tree Workshops in a restored 1800’s Captain’s House.

For more information about accommodation at the residence of The Palm Tree Workshops contact: Marilena Stafylidou at palmtreeworkshops@gmail.com