In 2018 Kremers developed and ran a workshop at the COMMON FOLK Camp where she stressed the importance of the printed image as a part of the photography process, in particular the chance to stand with peers, be judged and present with your work. This especially in the ever growing social media noise where work gets posted and dismissed within hours. As a follow on she hosted a small intimate exhibition featuring recent travel work on 35mm film in the adequately lit hallway at her studio. Stressing that exhibitions don’t need to be big events, and the connection of standing with ones work around people you admire is far more fulfilling than a like on an Instagram post.