My ‘Photography for Parents – the next stage’ workshop

Photography workshops

I had a great morning with these lovely mums at my Photography for Parents – the next stage workshop that took place at my home in Surrey last week. That’s me in the middle with the turquoise scarf!



Thanks very much to my assistant Vanessa for taking this photo. It’s nice to be on the other side of the camera for a change!

We ran out of time for the feedback forms but here are a couple of the lovely emails I’ve received from the mums after the workshop….


“The course was fantastic – everything I wanted and more! You make it so easy to understand and really inspire me to go out and take more ‘great’ photos.  I loved the practical work too so we could actually put the skills into practice with you there to ask for help.”
Becci Ware


“Thank you very much for another great course…I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to trying out some of the new tips.
 If you ever run an advanced course I’d be interested….your  2 courses have been one of my most favourite ways to have some “me” time over the last year.”
Karyn West


I don’t have another next stage workshop scheduled yet, but I am planning on running one either July or September. Please do contact me if you want me to email you as soon as I confirm the details.



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