Dossier contributor and longtime friend André Wolff is leading a series of fashion photography workshops in Paris, starting in July. The Swedish photographer has been based in Paris for a bit more than a decade, shoots for everyone, teaches at Parsons, and has now launched Paris Creative Workshops, whose inaugural course will be in the practical aspects of fashion photography: working with stylists and makeup artists, managing clients, mastering imaging software, and the general ins and outs of running a successful fashion shoot.
André will lead the workshop together with fellow Parsons professor Patricio Sarmiento, a fashion designer who’s worked for Maurizio Galante and Louis Vuitton, among others. The two are offering a kind of formalized apprenticeship program for aspiring fashion photographers hoping to circumvent the trial-and-error phase of early career – or those who are simply looking to marry their photography talent with a bit of industry business sense. Interested students can contact André through Paris Creative Workshop’s application form.