Announcing Food Blogger Camp 2011 – Riviera Maya, Mexico

by White on Rice Couple on November 4, 2010

Food Blogger Camp is back folks and we’ll be learning the basics of food blogging on sun filled, cocktail laden beaches again.




Last years Food Blogger Camp 2010 in Ixtapa Mexico was a success with a wonderful gathering of food bloggers from around the world.


Back by popular demand, Food Blogger Camp is returning once again and this time, we’ll all be learning on the sandy white beaches of Riviera Maya at Grand Velas Riveria Mexico. It’s a vacation workshop!
We’re excited to be presenting two dynamic food photography sessions where we’ll be leading groups on two hands on food photo breakout sessions! There will be plenty of one-on-one time with our participants.

Food Blog Camp 2011 Sessions include:
  • Jaden Hair from Steamy Kitchen – Two sessions on The Business of Blogging: How to develop a personal brand around yourself and your blog & monetization strategies
  • David Lebovitz from David Lebovitz - What’s my Blog About? How to break out from the crowd and get noticed
  • Elise Bauer from Simply Recipes - Build Traffic while building the blog of your dreams: (the title says it all)
  • Adam Pearson from Adam Pearson – Food Styling: Learn the greatest hits of food styling
  • Matt Armendariz from Matt Bites- Food Photography- Learn how to photograph styled food
  • Diane Cu & Todd  Porter (us!) – Food Photography – Understand Light and how to use it **Hands-on workshop photographing on resort
  • Diane Cu & Todd Porter – Food Photography – Capturing your food story from a storytelling, lifestyle or photojournalistic perspective **Hands-on workshop photographing Chefs and food
  • And plenty of food demonstrations, wine and tequila tastings by resort Chefs
Read the full schedule of Food Blogger Camp Agenda. It’s amazing!
Read Bios of the presenters & Speakers.
Complete info at FoodBlogCamp.com

How to Sign Up: (You must apply to get the scholarship rate) All Info can be found on FoodBlogCamp.com:
  • Food Blogger Camp Tuition starts at $1200 (based on double occupancy) and covers the all-inclusive stay, activities, gourmet meals, alcohol/beverages and seminars.
  • All bloggers interested in attending the camp should complete a brief application.
  • Those who wish to bring a guest will receive the $1200 food blogger rate.
  • The camp runs five days, four nights, January 5-9, 2011 at the luxurious and all-inclusive Grand Velas Riviera Maya in Mexico (close to Playa del Carmen).
  • Prices are based on double occupancy. Bloggers traveling alone find a roommate.
We look forward to having you all join for a wonderful workshop in beautiful Cancun!
-Todd and Diane

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1 Maria November 5, 2010 at 7:26 am

I REALLY want to go! I have to talk to Josh..or maybe I should just sign up and surprise him..ha! A gift from Santa maybe? :)

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2 Lauren at KeepItSweet November 5, 2010 at 9:39 am

wow that sounds amazing! do people bring their non-blogging significant others?

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3 nicole November 5, 2010 at 10:04 am

this sounds like a fantastic opportunity! You guys really know how to put together a fantastic workshop. I would love to go to this!

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4 Traci November 5, 2010 at 12:50 pm

This sounds like so much fun! Would love to go to something like this.

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5 Grace November 5, 2010 at 2:38 pm

Wow, this sounds amazing! I need all the help I can get, after attending BlogHer Food in San Francisco I realized there is so much to learn. You are both so talented with a wealth of helpful information. I am going to do everything I can to hopefully attend this event. Thank you to both of you for giving your time and passing on your knowledge.

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6 Cookin' Canuck November 5, 2010 at 4:43 pm

Wow, this sounds like the ideal mix of learning and fun. I would love to be able to swing this.

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7 Cookin' Canuck November 5, 2010 at 4:44 pm

Ha! Just realized the first full day of the workshop takes place on my 40th birthday. Some cocktails would definitely be involved.

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8 Andrea Meyers November 5, 2010 at 5:26 pm

A vacation, learning experience, and food blogger party all wrapped up into one week. Sounds perfect!

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9 Maggie Cubbler November 5, 2010 at 8:02 pm

ohh! I think I might be able to come-this will be awesome! I smiled real pretty at my husband and he said I should go. Anybody wanna roomie? :)

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10 Nan November 6, 2010 at 8:24 am

Oh to be 20 years younger! Sounds fun – but since I STILL can barely do a post I’m going to have to pass – IF I get a brain transplant I’ll come! Love the new look of your blog – and really, you know I love everything you do! Rice pudding with butterscotch sauce?!? Now that’s Serious! xo, Nan

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11 Denise Michaels - Adventurous Foodie November 7, 2010 at 12:50 am

I’m new to food blogging – but I’m really enjoying it and look forward to growing.

When I first saw the name of this blog I thought it was sort of a joke – but it’s beautifully done with great pictures and recipes that look amazing. Thanks so much.

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12 fastfeasts November 18, 2010 at 2:07 pm

Don’t worry about the 20 years younger..can’t remember then anyway…will arrive Cancun about 11:05, depart atlanta 9:05 on Airtran..would rather share a cab/suttle…old people don’t want to share rooms..if we can get by not…they tell me I snore..who knows, not me, I take drugs to sleep…any one taking that flight?

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