Ian has a unique perspective on photography due to self-education - studying the masters. He has a good eye, and control of his gear.
The class was small - 1/2 dozen photographers; and pricey at $200. One “model”, one setup at a time - the class moved too slowly. We’d note Ian’s set up - he’d shoot, photogs followed.
1) Have two experienced models on site.
2) Instructor should view what students are doing. Offer critiques from back of camera.
3) This was sold as a lighting workshop - lighting in various situations- and all but the last few minutes was studio lighting inside.
In all, I was disappointed. More info was shared in the $25 evening workshop the night before.