Matt Krumins Photography

August 2021 Update:

As you can imagine, due to the current Melbourne Circuit Breaker lockdown workshops are postponed until the lockdowns are lifted. As the situation appears to be rolling at the moment I will be loading face-to-face workshop dates when we have a clear commencement date rather than an anticipated one. In the mean time online classes will still be running.

June 2021 Update:

Group sizes lowered to a maximum of 6 or 7 participants (group size of 8 including myself).

  • Hand Sanitiser available at all times
  • Workshops locations are modified to avoid crowded areas.
  • Participants who have even mild cold or flu symptoms are not to attend. To assist with this I have removed the requirement for 7 days notice to reschedule to ensure you are not penalised for making the right judgement call to not attend.
  • If there is a requirement, mask are to be worn in accordance with Victorian Government recommendations
  • Contact tracing information is collected via workshop booking records

If you have any questions or would like to discuss how I am handling these measures please contact me on 0402 812 805.

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