Join Ashley Ice in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho for a Photography Workshop this July 22 to July 27.  You will learn tips and techniques on photographing – Culture, Live Action, Culinary, Nature & Weddings.


Cost: $1649 per person (based on double occupancy) Single Supplement $800

Air is not included

Travel Protection is not included but is highly recommended


July 23, 2020
Nature Photography
Workshop: Nature Photography Tribal Guide Bike & Boat Tour – ◦ Our bike and boat tour is quite the adventure! You will bike an ancient trail used by the CDA Tribe for generations -Later turned into a railroad ◦ -Now, a nationally renowned paved trail for walkers, runners, snow shoers, skiiers  and bikers alike! -known as one of the most iconic trails in the state. ◦ -wildlife abounds on this short trek to Harrison -The scenery on the lake is the best breath of fresh air you can imagine! ◦ Small bites included in Harrison ◦ Stop at the Harrison Creamery for a tour on St. Joe River. • COEUR D’ALENE HOMELAND HIKE • Enjoy stunning scenery and wonderful wildlife on a tribal co-guided hiking tour of Heyburn State Park, on the Indian Cliffs Trail
July 24, 2020
Culinary Photography
Workshop: Culinary Photography Northwest Foodies Tour – Chef's Menu Tour of Honey Eatery Snacks - Devils on Horseback bacon dates, almonds & blue cheese Honey Truffle Deviled Eggs whipped egg, shallot, black truffle Salad Honey Caesar honey gem crunch lettuce, manchego cheese, capers, olive loaf crostini and boquerones Entrees Honey Fried Chicken double crispy fried chicken with mashed red potatoes, honey butter, biscuit, jalapenos & coleslaw Wild Mushroom and Grits roasted wild mushrooms, cheddar grits, braised greens, poached egg*, feta, sherry Served Family Style Then it's off to Lake Coeur d'Alene for a Sunset Dinner Cruise Experience an amazing dining experience on shimmering Lake Coeur d’Alene! Enjoy a 2-hour Sunset Dinner Cruise featuring exquisite cuisine & unforgettable views. Enjoy a splendid gourmet dinner that’s sure to please all the senses, with a variety ranging from Steamship Round of Beef and Baked King Salmon, to summer green salad.
July 25, 2020
Cultural Photography
Workshop: Cultural / Live Action Photography Julyamsh - Is the largest outdoor Pow Wow in the Inland Northwest. Powwows are celebrations, social gatherings and friendly dance competitions surrounded by ceremonial and traditional beliefs and teachings. Sacred traditions are often found in these gatherings of Native Americans throughout the United States. Some regalia can specify special events or honors a person’s life, specific traditions or symbols rooted in legend. Each dancer has a different style of decorative symbols: birds, flowers, geometrical designs, etc. Most of the symbols are handed down from generation to generation as family heirlooms. Each family may use a specific symbol, as do many tribes. Native Americans do not think of themselves as wearing “costumes.” Costumes are reserved for Halloween and such. They refer to the dance gear as an “outfit” or “regalia.” Everyone is welcome at a powwow; regardless of the tribe they are from. Non-Indians are welcome, too. For those of you who are new visitors, a bit of explanation might enhance the enjoyment and understanding. Powwows are not tourist attractions – that is one fact that many fail to grasp. Everyone is welcome, but the dancing will start when the time is right and will end when the time is right. All powwows begin with a grand entry. The term is a contemporary word used to describe what was once called a victory dance. If you can imagine the area where the dancers are dancing, the crowd, the Master of Ceremonies – everyone is gathered together – all of these things symbolize the opening of the first dance, the return of the warriors from the war trail or a raid of neighboring tribes to get horses, or a successful hunting party. The grand entry can be described as an announcement of the warriors or a part of the tribe’s homecoming. The warriors would change into their finest clothing a few miles from the main camp. A serpentine ride in the form of a snake down a hill and onto flat ground would complete the journey into camp. As they made their way to camp, the snake dance song would be presented and a victory song would be sung – thus the grand entry. It symbolizes the warriors coming home, arriving at the camp and into the area where a social dance would be held to welcome them and celebrate their successful ride. The riders would return displaying their finery and the things they gained on their trail.
July 26, 2020
Wedding Photography and Photo Editing
Workshop: Wedding Photography and Editing We will have a Styled Wedding Shoot in a Meadow and end the day with an Authentic Cultural Dinner Experience the Coeur d'Alene Tribal Cultural Lifeway's dinner with traditional tribal hospitality. Our traditional foods/cuisine, storytelling, dance and drum. Dinner will include: Smoked Huckleberry Salmon Venison Stew Green Salad with Huckleberry Vinaigrette St. Mary’s Rice Pilaf Chef’s choice Vegetable *Vegan & Gluten free options are available when request is made in advance.
July 27, 2020
Depart for the Airport - Transfers Included
Cost per person, double occupancy: $1649 Single Supplement: $800 Air and Travel Protection is not Included. Register Here:


  • Five night’s hotel accommodations at the Coeur d'Alene Tribe Casino in the Spa Tower
  • Casino Cash
  • 2 Lunches
  • 3 dinners
  • Admissions and tours as described
  • All taxes, meal gratuities
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