"The Photographic Book: Developing, preparing and executing content for publication." We will share examples of handmade, print on demand and commercially printed books and talk about our pathway as photographers and publishers. Participants would bring a project ready for editing and we will look at image selection, sequencing, preparation, typography, and options for project realization. Each photographer would leave with a prototype and a plan for their book project. 



Tuition: $795.00

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Geir and Kate Jordahl have taught classes and workshops for over 30 years. From introduction to photography to advanced portfolio develop/professional practices, from one-hour presentations to multiweek workshops, Geir and Kate work with students to improve their photography and increase their appreciation of this great art-form.


Kate Jordahl
Kate Jordahl is an award winning photographer and a professor of photography
at Foothill College, California, USA. She is also a co-director at PhotoCentral,
Hayward, California, USA. Her photographs are in numerous collections including
the Bibliothéque Nationale de France, Paris; Santa Barbara Museum of Art; University
of Texas at Dallas and the Yosemite Museum. She has led photography workshops in
France, Italy, China, Japan and the United States and has been an artist-in-residence
in Yosemite National Park and in the Polar Arts Program in Greenland.
She was editor for Searching for True North with Modernbook Editions, Native
American Ceremonial Dancers and The Village: Bill Owens – Jamaica as well as
the one poem books published with Dreaming Mind Studio. Awards include a Gold
Medal/Best of Show in the PubWest Book Design Awards, a Silver Medal in Prix de
Paris and in the Independent Publishers Book Awards for Searching for True North
and a Silver Award Photography and a Bronze Award Art in the PubWest Book
Design Awards for Native American Ceremonial Dancers.
Kate Jordahl's work is represented by Themes and Project/Modernbook Gallery, San
Franicsco. Her website is http://www.katejordahl.com.



Geir Jordahl
Geir Jordahl is a photographer working with panoramic and wide vision photography.
His books include San Joaquin: River of Spirit, (Ansel Adams Gallery/San Joaquin
River Parkway Trust, 1997), Traveler (Dreaming Mind, 2004.) and Searching for
True North (Modernbook Editions, 2007.) Searching for True North won numerous
awards including Gold Medal/Best of Show in the PubWest Book Competition and
Silver Medals in the Prix de Paris and the Independent Publishers Book Awards.
Selective major exhibitions include Modernbook Gallery, Palo Alto/San Francisco,
Kodak Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite, Museum of Modern
Art, Tampere, Finland, Museum for Photography, Braunschweig, Germany, Susan
Spiritus Gallery, Costa Mesa, California, Nevada Art Museum, Reno, Ansel Adams
Center for Photography, San Francisco, Golden State Museum, Sacramento, CA,
Fresno Museum of Art, Fresno CA, Haggin Museum, Stockton CA, The Golden State
Museum, Sacramento CA, Trenton Museum of Art, New Jersey. Selected Permanent
Collections include Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, France; Santa Barbara
Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California; University of Texas, Dallas; Yosemite
Museum, Yosemite, California. Geir Jordahl is director of PhotoCentral, a non-profit
photographic educational facility in Hayward, California.
Geir Jordahl's work is represented by Themes and Projects/Modernbook Gallery,
San Francisco. His website is http://www.jordahlphoto.com.
​ "The Photographic Book"
 Developing, preparing and executing content for publication.   
with Geir &  Kate Jordahl                 July 9-14, 2017
Kate Jordahl
Geir Jordahl