My Life in the Highlands Workshop
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 Experience the bucolic Southern Highlands life through the eyes of the inspirational duo, iconic Country Style photographer Abbie Melle & and the styling maestro, Georgia Ashdown, founder and director of acclaimed styling agency Chelsea Gardens.  A full day immersion into the world of interiors, food styling & photography set in the beautiful Bunya House, Bowral.  
Photographer Abbie Melle will talk you through her distinct approach to photography, sharing the process of capturing light-filled images within the beautiful space of Bunya House.  Abbie will also share some of the techniques she has used to create a successful career and following through Instagram.
Stylist Georgia Ashdown will share her extensive industry knowledge and creative ideas including how to compose an interesting still life or table setting with the use of furniture, flowers, props, textiles and ceramics.
In addition to this, you will be given an insight into the hands on experience of running, styling & marketing of an Airbnb property by Bunya House’s owner, Camilla Creswick.
The team will host two single day workshops held on consecutive days. Set in and around the Paul Bangay designed garden and interiors of this beautiful historic home, you will find a vast selection of styling props at your fingertips, and will have time to create, style and photograph scenes with advice & assistance from Georgia and Abbie. 
Food for the day will be prepared by the outstanding local chef Alexander Watts and includes morning tea followed by a delicious, Spring lunch pared with a selection of local wines.
DATES: Thursday, 5th & Friday 6th Friday November
ADDRESS: Bunya House, 57 Shephard Street, Bowral, NSW.
TIME:  9.30am for 10am - 4pm
Classes will be capped at 10 people.  All Covid procedures will be adhered too. Ticket sales are final, but tickets can be transferable.  Ticket does not include accomodation.  Please email any questions including diet requests to  

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