The Eddie Adams Workshop (EAW) is an intense four-day gathering of the top photography professionals, along with 100 carefully selected students. The photography workshop is tuition free, and the 100 students are chosen based on the merit of their portfolios.
I attended as a student back in 2002, and since then I have been fortunate enough to be asked back a couple times over the years as part of the faculty as a member of the "Black Team".
This year I was asked to be the workshop photographer, so I decided to set up a small studio in a barn silo using the Profoto B1 Off-camera flash and invited the faculty in for a fun portrait session.
Thomas Achtemichuk - Software Engineer, Boston, Massachusetts.
Eric Kruszewski - Freelance Photojournalist, Baltimore, Maryland.
Nick Kirkpatrick - Digital Photo Editor at the Washington Post, Washington DC, Maryland.
Ava Weintraub - Freelance Photojournalist, Los Angeles, California.
Victoria Will - Photographer, New York.
Gabriel Biderman - B&H Marketing, Brooklyn, New York.
Scott Allen - U.S. Navy Retired/Director, Media Relations U.S., Illinois.
Molly Dedham - Producer/Videographer, Washington DC, Maryland.
Gregory Heisler - Photographer, New York.
Alexis Lambrou - Photographer, Brooklyn, New York.
Jim Dietz - Events Engineer/Getty Images, Maryland.
Barbara Davidson - Photographer, The Los Angeles Times, California.
Fritz Hoffmann - Photographer, New York.
Marco Grob - Photographer, New York.