Berlin 2018

Series Making Workshop




Workshop Details:

Joe Aguirre hosts a 3 day workshop focused on helping take your bodies of work/or catalogs of single images and crafting them with you, into cohesive series and print ready stories. 

This workshop is a self development oriented class.

What to expect from this 3 day class:

  • Serious discussion and critique 
  • Sequencing exercises 
  • Shaping and streamlining your images into cohesive narratives 
  • Gain a sense of purpose for your work 
  • Tips/tricks Joe's personal philosophy on zines, series and the images themselves\

Workshop requirements:

  • 100-200 series candidates both print and digital(prints should be inexpensive as they will be handled and passed around a lot)
  • Laptop or tablet/editing surface
  • Open mind


Friday March 23- TBD

  • Orientation
  • Project introduction 
  • Peer gathering 

Saturday March 24- 10am - 8pm 

  • Group editing exercise
  • Project organization
  • Big 1st edit
  • Final Sequence 
  • Learn to speak about your work with intent 
  • Zine dummy creation- TBD

Sunday March 25- 10am- ? 

  • Xerox/print zine dummies 
  • Present bodies of work to class and guests




Other Information 


Listen to Joe speak about his work, his love for zines and books and more  HERE

Watch Joe as he worked on Ether, HERE


**Participants will strongly be encouraged to keep shooting outside of the workshop hours to maximise time spent in making pictures.**

Participation is limited to 10 people

Workshop fee: 500 Euro/415 Euro Early Bird

Location: workshop location TBD


* Booking fee is required to make a reservation for the workshop.

*Accommodation, transport, and food are not included in the fee.*

*In the event the workshop is cancelled for any reason Joe Aguirre will refund the workshop booking fee, but will not be responsible for the reimbursements of any travel or hotel expenses. I strongly recommend making flexible travel and accommodation arrangements.*

All Images courtesy of Tom Starkweather 

All Images courtesy of Tom Starkweather