2024 Grand Teton Winter Wildlife & Landscape Photo Workshop

With Matt Suess
December 1 - 6, 2024

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Join me this winter as we chase amazing light photographing both the wildlife and the mountain landscape. We will have an incredible experience together all while improving your photography skills.

2024 Grand Teton Winter Wildlife & Landscape Photography Workshop

Grand Teton National Park - Wyoming, December 1 - 6, 2024

The Basics:


6 Days, 5 Nights:
Sunday, December 1 through Friday, December 6, 2024


Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, USA.
The closest airport is in Jackson, Wyoming.

Group Details

Open to any skill level from beginner to professional. We will be out photographing from sunrise through sunset with a break in the day. Limited to just 6 photographers.

Physical Activity

Easy to Slightly Moderate Each workshop student needs to be in decent physical condition. Expect hikes on level ground up to 1/2 mile or so while walking in snow and cold temperatures.

Tuition Fees


Lodging, food, transportation, etc. is not included.

Your Instructors & Guides

Matt Suess Will be your photo instructor and guide during this workshop.

I am an authorized CUA permit holder of the National Park Service and conduct my workshops based on the permit’s guidelines.

Check out this video testimonial from one of my 2022 Teton Winter attendees!

The Tetons in the winter = dramatic light, more chances for wildlife, and less tourists...

...What's not to like?

Join me for 6 amazing days exploring and photographing the snow covered Teton Range this winter.

Be a part of a small group of photographers I am putting together to photograph one of my favorite National Parks during the winter.

I've been photographing the Tetons since 2012 and have been leading on average 3 workshops a year there since 2015. So suffice it to say that I have an intimate knowledge of the landscape and animals that make their home in the Tetons.

I'll be able to put us in the right spot at the right time to photograph this spectacular scenery with my years of experience in the Park.

Join me this winter during my winter wildlife & landscape photo workshop where we will be spending all day out in the field photographing this majestic area.

This time of year presents us with abundant wildlife with them out from the high country and not hidden from dense summer foliage as they forage for food.

Elk will be migrating from the Park to the National Elk Refuge, home to an average of 7,500 elk each winter. Bighorn sheep winter there as well and we'll be photographing them too.

Moose should still have their huge antlers as they roam the southern part of the park.

Bison, coyotes, trumpeter swans, river otters, and foxes are all possibilities for us in addition to other wildlife.

Each full day of the workshop we will start by photographing the predawn light with backdrops featuring the snow capped Tetons, old wood barns, the famous Snake River, and the Teton Valley. We will stay out photographing throughout the entire day to maximize our photography potential.

All throughout the day we will be photographing wildlife, the landscape, and other scenic possibilities. If the clouds are right, we will experiment with solid neutral density filters and long exposures.

And I'll be sure to put us in the perfect spot for our sunset shoot that evening.

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🏔️ A Great Time of Year for Landscapes & Wildlife 🦌

Grand Teton National Park is one of the most beautiful and majestic landscapes in the world, with the Teton Range rising more than 7,000 feet above the valley. Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park has some of the more dramatic scenery in the Rocky Mountains. It is sure to be an inspiration for any photographer looking to create beautiful images.

This workshop is scheduled for early winter in December, when the Park features dramatic snow capped mountains, wildlife, and less tourists.

In addition to the beauty of the Park, the town of Jackson will also be decorated for the Holiday Season and we will spend an early evening one night photographing around town.

"Matt is the best instructor I've had for any creative activity, but especially photography. He is patient in explaining things, and really helps you focus on the areas that YOU want to develop rather than focusing on what he thinks you need improvement on.

He also is the only instructor I've had in creative endeavors that is so supportive of you owning your unique style - I've always been one to do things my way, and most instructors struggle with students who don't "do as you're told," but Matt teaches to help you learn rather than trying to get you to do things his way.

Matt also is great about making sure that each person gets heard and gets time for their questions to be answered, which requires facilitation of the discussions in such a way that people aren't talked over but also that people don't feel like they are being shut down...this is not an easy thing to do. Plus, he has a great sense of humor, which is always appreciated!

The Milky Way Workshop felt more about learning some techniques, setting up the shot, then waiting to see if it worked. This was more thinking on your feet and instantly applying things and adjusting (which was likely part of my challenge...my brain wasn't ready).

I would recommend both trips, and have so loved showing people the magic that was captured both times. And it's fun to be able to brag about the great teacher we had each time."

Emily L.

2018 June Tetons Milky Way and 2019 Spring Grand Teton Photo Workshop Student

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I was using at least one camera filter for pretty much every landscape photo you see here on this page. From a circular polarizer to enhance color & reduce glare/reflection, to a split neutral density filter to help balance exposures, to solid neutral density filters to allow me to shoot long exposures of the clouds - I used them all.

Prior to our workshop we can arrange a private Zoom call to go over your specific filter needs to make sure you have the right setup for this workshop.

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I shoot exclusively with NiSi Filters due to their lack of color casts and quality of products. Of course you are free to use and bring whichever filters you already have even if they are not NiSi Filters.

Who Is This Workshop For?

This workshop is designed for any skill level, yet a DSLR/Mirrorless or equivalent camera with interchangeable lenses AND a sturdy tripod are required, as well as a basic working knowledge of your camera.

Most clients who take my workshops are beginners to advanced amateurs and even pros. My workshops are filled with hands-on instruction & demonstrations. I encourage & help find and develop each clients' unique personal style of photography.

Physical Difficulty:

Each workshop client needs to be in decent physical condition. Expect hikes on level ground up to 1/2 mile or so.


This workshop takes place in the winter and it will be cold, especially when we are out photographing sunrise and sunset. I'll have recommendations on some great cold weather clothing to get so you will barely notice the cold. The average max temp this time of year is 26.5F with the average min temp at just 1.8F. The average snowfall this time of year is 39.5" with an average snow depth of 16".

Unique Features of This Workshop

  • ​Very Small Class Size: Only 6 clients, which means more one-on-one time with me and less distractions from a large group.
  • Learn to Photograph Both Landscapes & Wildlife: We will be searching out the best possibilities for amazing landscape AND wildlife shots. Learn to photograph and compose both and dramatically improve your photography skills.
  • ​It's All About the Light & Location: We will be going to some popular iconic locations but also many less known and less visited but stunning locations that exist in Badlands National Park.
  • ​Bring Your Camera Filters: We will be shooting quite a bit with filters on this workshop. From CPL's to split-neutral density to solid neutral density filters. Don't worry if you've never even heard of some of them! I'll provide a list of filters to bring, and by the end of the workshop you'll be creating photos like a pro with them! I am also an Official NiSi Reseller and you can order your filters direct from me.
  • ​Special Group Study: This workshop features 3 Unique Focus Areas: Technique, Composition, and Personal Style. With such a small group I will be able to work with you individually to help you begin to develop or to refine your own personal style, which will be accomplished through the use of various camera techniques, composition, & post processing.


At this time of year sunrise is at approx. 7:40am and sunset is at approx. 4:45pm, which gives us approx. 9hrs of daylight.

We will be at our locations photographing just before sunrise and ending our day just after sunset.

During mid day when the light isn’t great we will be taking a break for a few hours to recharge batteries, download images, and rest up for the evening sessions.

However we are ultimately at the mercy of Mother Nature and I will be diligently studying weather forecasts during our time together with the numerous weather resources I always use when planning for the best light.

So our day-to-day schedule is absolutely always subject to change immensely based on the light/photography potential on any given day, thus this itinerary is intentionally planned to be extremely loose and variable during our time together.

There have been numerous times on my workshops where we ended up not taking the scheduled mid-day break to instead chase the light. And our efforts were always rewarded with amazing photographs...

So in other words, be prepared for the unexpected!

Day 1: Sunday Afternoon, December 1, 2024

Be sure to arrive in Jackson before 3pm on Sunday, December 3 to allow time for hotel check-in and to get ready for our evening group dinner. Ideally it is best to arrive on Saturday, December 2 should there be any weather delays with your flight.

We will meet for a group dinner (meals not included) at 4:30pm where we will discuss our week ahead of us and go over any last minute details. Following dinner we will take a leisurely stroll around Jackson Square photographing the Holiday scene.

Day 2 - 5: Monday - Thursday, December 2 - 6, 2023

Plan on meeting at approx. 7:00AM before sunrise (sunrise is at approx. 7:45AM). We will be out all day photographing landscapes & wildlife, with a possible lunch break in Jackson Hole or we will eat packed lunches out in the field.

We will end each day following our sunset shoot (sunset is at approx. 4:45pm.)

Day 6: Friday Morning, December 6, 2024

Plan on meeting for sunrise at approx. 7:00AM before sunrise. We will photograph as long as the light is great up till 10am when the workshop will end.

If flying out of Jackson that day, try to plan for flights after 2:00PM to allow time for hotel checkout and car rental return.


These Bonuses are Unique to My Workshops.

You will not find another instructor providing so much extra value to help move you forward with your photography!!


1hr LIVE Online Group Welcome Zoom Call: Approx. 2 months prior to the start of the workshop we will all meet online for a Welcome Zoom Call. I'll cover where we will be going, discuss safety, show you some photos of what to expect, discuss what to bring, and will go over some basic camera settings. Bring your questions and meet your fellow attendees in this informal social gathering. ($175 Value)


1.5hr LIVE Online Group Review and Q&A: Approx. 4-8 weeks following the workshop we will all meet online again. I know that a few weeks following a workshop, a bunch of questions come up from what was learned (and sometimes forgotten). Use this as your opportunity to get all of those questions that come up following a workshop answered, get feedback on your photos, and connect with your fellow attendees once again. ($175 Value)


What to Do With These Photos! You will get access to my mini course on organizing your photos, captioning, adding keywords, and storing your photos. ($37 Value)


How to Post Process Your Teton Winter Images: An online mini course teaching you my secrets to post processing our Teton Winter photos. ($197 Value)


Access to a Private Online Portal: You will receive access to a special private online workshop portal where you can share photos from the workshop, get up-to-date workshop info, and watch the bonus videos. ($97 Value)


Special $175 Savings on Your Next Workshop: You will receive a Special Alumni Credit that can be applied to any future field workshop that starts within 2 years of this workshop's start date. ($175 Value)


Special 15% off NiSi Filters: You will receive a Special Workshop Client Only Discount of 15% off your first order of NiSi Filters. ($155 Value on Average)


Special Savings on Fotopro Tripods: You will receive a Special Workshop Client Only Discount towards your purchase of a Fotopro Tripod. ($135 Value on Average)

Each BONUS is specifically designed to help you with your photography journey beyond the short time we are all together in-person.

🏆 Total Value In BONUSES: $1,146


Harley M.

"I think the way you handled the workshop was as near perfect as any student could ask for."

2019 Fall Grand Teton Photo Workshop Client

Winnie A.

"I really cannot wait for this... figuring out how to make this particular trip happen has been on my mind since I first decided I wanted to get into landscape photography. And I know after working with you this year, I will truly be ready for it!"

2022 Photo Mentorship Client & 2023 Lofoten Aurora Workshop Client

Jill E.

"You have the utmost patience and instead of just telling me to do something, or how to do something, you helped me to think about solutions. Many instructors/leaders have an ego and those individuals are difficult to learn from. You don’t. You are a top-notch instructor."

2019 Spring Grand Teton Photo Workshop Client


What Is Included

  • Photo Instruction & Guiding from Matt Suess
  • Wildlife & Landscape photography instruction
  • Bonuses of $1,146 in Value

What Is Not Included

  • Flights to and from Jackson, WY
  • Lodging & Transportation during the workshop
  • Food, alcohol, snacks and beverages
  • Personal travel, medical, equipment or trip cancellation insurance
  • Park Passes

What Airport and When to Arrive

The best bet is to fly direct into Jackson, WY.

If that is not a possibility then consider flying into Salt Lake City, UT. You will have an approx. 5hr drive from Salt Lake to Jackson. However weather may be a factor in your travels from Salt Lake, so definitely consider the Jackson airport as your best option.

Be sure to arrive in Jackson before 3pm on Sunday, December 1 to allow time for hotel check-in and to get ready for our evening group dinner. Ideally it is best to arrive on Saturday, November 30 should there be any weather delays with your flight.

Where to Stay

We will be staying at the Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa at Jackson which has fantastic winter rates this time of year usually for less than $200 a night.

More information will be provided following registration.

What to Bring

A complete list of What to Bring will be provided. This list will mention required and suggested items regarding camera equipment and clothing.

This workshop takes place in the winter and it will be cold, especially when we are out photographing sunrise and sunset. I'll have recommendations on some great cold weather clothing to get so you will barely notice the cold.

The average max temp this time of year is 26.5F with the average min temp at just 1.8F. The average snowfall this time of year is 39.5" with an average snow depth of 16".


For this workshop we will be carpooling. Let me know if you are willing to be a driver - I will need 2 drivers that can take two additional passengers. Drivers will need to rent 4x4 vehicles.


It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to purchase quality travel insurance.

Some companies allow for the purchase of Cancel for Any Reason Coverage that expands the list of reasons for your canceling to include things such as sudden work or family obligation and even a simple change of mind.

More information will be provided upon registration.

Traveling With a Spouse/Companion

This workshop has a no tag-along policy. Spouses, family members, friends, etc. who are traveling with you and who haven’t registered are unable to partake in any group functions. Workshops are also not a location for pets and as such are not allowed with the exception of guide dogs. If a spouse or friend wants to attend they will need to register as a regular client.

Register Here!

2024 Grand Teton Winter Landscape & Wildlife Photo Workshop


$1,000 due today, remaining $1,597 due by August 1, 2024

  • December 1 - 6, 2024
  • 1-on-1 & Group Coaching & Guiding from Matt Suess
  • Photograph Stunning Landscapes & Wildlife
  • Limited to 6
  • BONUSES Valued at $1,146


Cancellation & Refund Policy for This Workshop

We know that plans can change, unforeseen circumstances can happen and no one wants to miss out on the trip of a lifetime. To provide the best customer support possible and to keep groups small and affordable, our cancellation policy ensures we can continue to provide clients the best possible foto experience.

For this workshop the following applies:

  • The initial $1,000 registration fee is non-refundable, but it is transferable to another workshop provided we are more than 120 days from the start of the workshop (a $275 administrative fee is applied to all transfers).
  • The remaining $1,597 balance is due 120 days from the start of the workshop, that date being August 1, 2024.
  • If you cancel within 120 days from the start of the workshop and you are able to find someone to fill your spot, you would be entitled to receive a refund (minus your initial registration fee and a $275 administrative fee). If you are unable to fill your spot, all fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. It is highly suggested to purchase good trip insurance to cover you in such an instance.

If you wish to cancel or transfer to another workshop MORE than 120 Days from the Start:

your registration fee will be transferable to another workshop by Matt Suess with a $275 administrative fee.

If you wish to cancel or transfer to another workshop LESS than 120 Days from the Start:

no refunds or transfers (assuming you cannot fill your spot)

You can view my full cancellation & refund policy along with other important information here.


Frequently Asked Questions

Regarding This Tetons Winter Photo Workshop

  • Is there a lot of walking/hiking during this workshop?

No there isn't. My permit from Grand Teton National Park only allows us to travel 1/2 mile along any trail so that would be the longest walk. There is also little to no elevation gain on any walks we will do.

Because this is a winter workshop, one must be prepared to carry their equipment through potentially snowy sagebrush fields and other locations so while the hikes may be short, they can be somewhat physical depending on how much snow/ice is out there.

  • Are there restrictions on participation?

My workshops do not normally entail strenuous activity unless specified. Nevertheless, participants must be able to complete moderate walks/hikes with their required photo gear, sometimes on uneven or slippery surfaces.

If you have any health problems or physical limitations, please let me know prior to booking. For this workshop in particular, understand we will be out photographing in cold weather, standing and walking in snow and ice.

  • I am a pure beginner (or advanced) photographer. Is this workshop for me?

This workshop is open to all photography levels from beginner to pro. I have had clients who didn't know what an f-stop was and I have had those who are just about ready to or are already selling their own prints.

Being a small class, I am able to work with each client individually no matter their experience level to help them improve and reach their individual goals.

  • What is your experience photographing in Grand Teton National Park?

I have been photographing the Tetons since 2012 and began leading photo workshops there in 2015. Each year I usually lead at least 4 scheduled group workshops including a Milky Way workshop as well as spring, fall, and winter workshops. As far as I can tell, no other instructor leads more scheduled group photo workshops in the Tetons than myself.

I live just 4.5 hours away from the Tetons and often travel down there throughout the year for my own personal photos as well.

I know of numerous locations to bring my clients depending on the time of day and the lighting conditions to maximize time in the field photographing.

  • Will we work on our computers and learn how to process our photos?

In order to maximize shooting time in the field, we will not be spending time together on the computer during the workshop. Instead I now offer included online post processing videos specific to our workshop in addition to a live group Q&A following the workshop.

  • Is this primarily a landscape or wildlife workshop?

This is both a landscape and a wildlife workshop. On average half the time will be devoted to landscapes while the other half is devoted to wildlife.

  • Can my spouse, relative, friend, pet, etc. attend any or all of the workshop?

This workshop has a no tag-along policy. Spouses, family members, friends, etc. who are traveling with you and who haven’t registered are unable to partake in any group functions.

Workshops are also not a location for pets and as such are not allowed with the exception of guide dogs. If a spouse or friend wants to attend they will need to register as a regular client.


Frequently Asked Questions

Regarding My Photo Workshops & Tours in General

  • What sets your workshops apart from other workshops?

I absolutely love teaching & guiding! I have over 30 years of professional photography experience and am detail orientated and put the needs of my clients first and answering all of their questions.

I have a unique photo background with experience creating and selling my work in such diverse fields as photojournalism, sports, portrait, wedding, editorial, and commercial photography.

My specialty since 2006 has been fine art landscape, wildlife, night sky & Milky Way, and travel photography. I draw from all of my life experiences to provide you with whatever technical and artistic guidance you need.

With my help, you will grow and expand your visual expression as well as your technical skills. In addition, you will have a great time in the process!

  • Why should I attend one of your workshops?

I will show you how to create inspiring and amazing fine art quality photographs. You will learn how to see more creatively and how to translate that vision into a final image that has emotional impact.

I make it easy to learn techniques and concepts that you will take with you every time you walk out the door with your camera. I have extensive experience shooting and selling my fine art photography as well as teaching the concepts of photography.

I am a hands-on learner myself and teach using a hands-on approach that will give you the best opportunity to retain information and further your photography skills long after the workshop has concluded.

Lastly I love teaching small groups. Most of my workshops feature small sizes with 6 to 12 clients on average. This allows for extremely low teacher to client ratios and provides valuable one-on-one opportunities to work with me and my guides during the workshop.

  • Can my spouse, relative, friend, pet, etc. attend any or all of the workshop?

Unless specifically mentioned otherwise, I have a no tag-along policy. Spouses, family members, friends, etc. who are traveling with you and who haven’t registered are unable to partake in any group functions. Workshops are also not a location for pets and thus are not allowed with the exception of guide dogs. If a spouse or friend wants to attend they will need to register as a regular client.

  • Do you photograph during field workshops?

Yes I do on occasion and only when the light is amazing or when I need to photograph certain subjects for later classroom use and field discussion of composition and exposure.

When I do photograph along with my clients, the goal is to inspire them to learn to see creative compositions. It can be extremely valuable watching me work a scene.

Rest assured however that I am far more concerned that my cliens get the shot and I ALWAYS put their needs first.

  • What level of photography experience do I have to have in order to attend one of your workshops?

It depends upon the workshop, so please check with the specific workshop you are interested in. Most workshops are geared towards beginner to professional abilities.

  • Do you provide travel insurance for your workshop participants?

I do NOT provide travel insurance as part of my workshop fees, but I definitely recommend clients get it. I highly recommend trip insurance that also includes travel health insurance. I personally use Allianz Travel. The cost for travel insurance is typically 4-7% of the total trip cost, depending upon age and other variable factors.

  • What’s included in my tuition? Rooms, transportation, meals?

Tuition includes all lectures, fieldwork, guiding, any classroom instruction and critiques of your digital files during any classroom sessions.

Travel & transportation costs, lodging, entrance fees, and meals are not included in the cost of admission unless otherwise specified.

  • What should I bring with me to one of your workshops?

You will receive a workshop welcome kit before the start that will contain detailed information regarding the proper gear to bring with you.

  • What happens in bad weather?

Do not dismiss bad weather, as great photos can be found under some seemingly dreary skies. Many times we will be out in stormy weather, provided it’s not putting you or your equipment at risk.

Great pictures can happen during fog, snow, rain and mist.

If conditions are too extreme, we will find a location to wait out the weather. During this time, we can work on our images on our laptops while I assist you and give demonstrations.

  • Do you provide transportation?

I do not supply transportation for my workshops unless otherwise specified. I encourage participants to carpool once the workshop has begun, to minimize our impact on the environment and to facilitate parking. Please come expecting to share your car with others or to jump in and share someone else’s.

  • What is your cancellation policy?

Each workshop has it's own cancellation policy you can review on each workshop's registration page.

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Photography has always been a huge part of my life starting at the age of 12 when I had my own black & white chemical darkroom. That early interest launched a full-time professional photography career that began in 1990 and continues today.

For the first 17 years of my career I was a photojournalist based in New England. I am a digital photography pioneer and began teaching digital photography to photojournalists in the late 90’s, helping bring digital cameras to two different newspapers. I was awarded the 2003 New England Press Associations Photographer of the Year award for my work at the Cape Cod Times. During my time as a photojournalist, I also photographed weddings & portraits, as well as corporate & commercial assignments.

In 2006 I decided to leave all of that behind and move West, where I am now a fine art landscape, nature, wildlife, travel, and Milky Way photographer, educator, and publisher. I also accept select luxury resort & architectural photography assignments.

I teach numerous field & classroom workshops throughout the year as well as online courses and I provide occasional free online webinars. You may have already seen my videos/webinars for OM SYSTEM / Olympus, Hunts Photo & Video, B&H Photo, Skylum and ON1. My passion for sharing and teaching what I have learned during my long career is evident in my down-to-earth and encouraging approach with my clients.

I am honored to be sponsored by Olympus / OM SYSTEM as an OM SYSTEM Ambassador but I teach photography to anyone using any camera brand.

I live in Bozeman, Montana with my blue heeler cattle dog. You can find me online on Instagram and YouTube at @mattsuessphoto


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