Creative Photography festival

Creative Photography Festival

3 days of photography, inspiration and creative community,  based at Pomaily House, near Drumnadrochit. 

I am delighted to announce a new creative photography festival which will take place on the 27th -30th October, 2022 near Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. You can view the website and scehdule here 

“I wanted to create a small, bespoke gathering of creatives and photographers in one of the most beautiful locations in the UK at the height of the autumn colours. I’ve created an experience that blends inspirational talks with trips to incredible locations with great leaders, small, bespoke masterclasses, all surrounded by nature. It’s an opportunity to share an experience with other creatives who have a passion for the outdoors" Margaret Soraya 

The festival is based at Polmaily House, in a secluded area surrounded by woodlands. Polmaily is very close to Loch Ness and the glens and natural wilderness of the area such as Glen Affric.
The festival is open to any creative from beginner to professional photographer or simply those who enjoy creativity in the landscape. It is a small, bespoke festival with limited tickets to allow for individual attention and a friendly community vibe.
creative photography festival
Workshops include on-location photography trips to Glen Affric and Reelig Glen with tutors such as Mark Littlejohn, Paul Sanders, James Kelly and Charlotte Bellamy, all respected creative landscape photographers. There will be masterclasses held around bookbinding, creative journals, smartphone photography forest bathing, and creative compassion. The afternoons are dedicated to hearing from speakers on topics such as mindful photography, filming and creative photography processes such as intentional camera movement.
Our current line up of leaders includes Marianthi Lainas, Mark Littlejohn, KJ Nasrul, Paul Sanders, Charlotte Bellamy, Lesley Lintott, Kim Grant, Bill Ward, James Kelly, Anna Deacon, Margaret Soraya, Justine Ritchie, Cassandra Baron

Tickets give access to all the festival events and talks, one location workshop and one masterclass. The festival opens with an optional dinner at Fiddlers, our local family-run restaurant and whisky bar in Drumnadrochit, which will give delegates a chance to meet up before the festival starts on the 28th. We have the use of the Drumnadrochit Hotel bar area in the evenings where we can meet for drinks and meals.