... Let's get
... We're going to get wild!
STAN NOVOTNY | STUART CLARK
Stan and Stuart hosted their first classroom based workshop in 2017. Together, they have over 30 years of photography experience. Instruction throughout each workshop is a priority and with 2 instructors on most workshops, help and advice is there when you need it.
ALL SKILL LEVELS WELCOME!
While instruction is the foundation of Stan and Stuart's workshops, all skill levels are welcome. Whether you are new to photography and wanting learn or if you have extensive experience and just want to see some spectacular wildlife, Coastal Workshops is for you!
NEW WORKSHOPS ARE COMING!
Stan and Stuart launched their first annual West Coast Wildlife Marine Workshop in 2018. This popular workshop will continue and Stan and Stuart will also be scouting a new wildlife location late spring. Watch our social media pages and this website for an exciting announcement about their newest workshop!
2024 Tours Coming Soon!
MULTIPLE DATES COMING! The annual Hake migration brings amazing hunting action with hundreds of Bald Eagles arriving to fish. Each year, tidal rapids force Hake to the surface with Eagles waiting for a chance to scoop up a fish. Due to the overwhelming response, we are looking at having multiple dates and extending our time on the water each day.
Big Changes for our 2024 Workshop
This year we are taking it up a notch with a 7 night, 8 day workshop with some really exciting changes. Our 2024 Workshop will start at the North end of Vancouver Island and end in Campbell River with over 40 hours on a spacious zodiac reserved for 6 lucky participants.
In addition to searching for Humpbacks and Orca, we will be travelling through waterways known for adorable Sea Otters and shorelines frequented by Black & Grizzly Bears - safely photographed from our boat!
Spring 2024 in the WorksS
This small group workshop will be limited to just 2-3 participants and with the possibility that we will hold two workshops back to back.
If you haven't been to a Yellowstone, it a truly amazing place with stunning mountain ranges and valleys and plains that are often referred to as the Serengeti of the United States.
Keep an eye on our website or sign up for our emails to be the first to know.
Stan Novotny | Stuart Clark