Beth Sexworth joined The Nature Workshops in 2002 as an associate member, and became the group’s first solo female workshop leader in 2007. Discovering very early on in her life a calling to be behind the camera, Beth has more than 30 years of photography experience. She is a member of North America Nature Photography Association (NANPA) and a field contributor to Nature Photographer. Beth circumvents the globe and scours her local environs looking for the perfect drop of water, orchid, or dashing wave. A true nature enthusiast, Beth’s work reflects her passion for landscapes, love of animals, and a practiced attention to detail, light and design.
Educated in finance at Baylor University and having received her masters in accounting with a concentration in taxation from The University of Texas at Austin, Beth has studied with Lonnie Brock, Roger Devore, Freeman Patterson and Andre Gallant. She is a digital enthusiast, knowledgeable in Photoshop and web design applications, as well as a devotee of film and medium format photography.
Beth leads a select number of exclusive workshops to locations she knows well. Her knowledge and skill provide workshop participants with the ability to improve their creativity and visual design and capture a sense of place. While working in a facilitated and organized group setting, Beth gives individual attention to each participant’s experience and goals. In addition to providing opportunities to explore a variety of subjects in each locale, Beth makes sure her workshops are rewarding and, just as important, fun.