So after spending two summers workamping in Yellowstone I have put together a one hour program titled "Living, Working and Photographing In Yellowstone" to share my experience. I can also talk about the workamping experience and how it can relate to a retirement option to make it a two hour program.
I have a few dates available in NEPA in Sept. and early October. It is a very informative program for photo clubs and associations or your civic minded or other groups.
Also, I will be in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas from November through March for available dates.
Send me a private message for further details.
See you soon.
So we ended up booking six dates in September. Three camera clubs, two professional associations and a community college. Most presentations went from 1.5 to 2 hours. For one group I even talked for two days, about 3 to 4 hours each day!
A big thanks goes out to Jim Gavenus and Mark James for booking the Luzerne County Community College presentation.
We talked more in depth about Yellowstone, photography and the workamping lifestyle.
Here I'm showing a group the workamper.com website. Everyone is very intrigued about how we find these jobs all over the country. If you're interested in joining the website, use code AMB2236 for 6 FREE months!
And another big thanks goes to Bruce Dart who helped book us for three clubs. Bruce has been a photographer his whole life and is a leader in his home community and the photographic industry in PA. I'm proud to call him a friend.
Again, we're available to all types of clubs and organizations. We may even be available to campgrounds as we travel.
Thanks to all that attended, bought calendars and made us feel welcomed and gave us such great feedback.
John and Marie Levandoski