THE AUTHENTIC STORYTELLER
with Aimee Glucina
with Aimee Glucina
Learn to develop your authentic voice and be pushed to think about your work in a new, more intentional way. Discover how to use photographic elements like light, composition, colour, movement, mood, and framing to level up your storytelling from basic to epic.
You will learn how to preserve the honest moment whilst elevating it through your intentional use of colour, composition, light and mood. Come away confident that you can create engaging, immersive imagery that expresses your authentic voice.
Workshops operate 100% online. All our premium course content is available to you 24/7 so you can learn at a time that suits you!
Our team of Instructors have put together easy to follow courses incorporating comprehensive lessons and complementary video content. Our All-Inclusive students are guided through each weekly lesson through our Student Forum and will receive invaluable personalized feedback on their progress.
And best of all, access to your course content is maintained for 6 months from the start date of your course, so you can come back to it at any time during that period (excludes forum access).
Amidst a tide of domestic chaos I endeavour to shoot beautiful, authentic photographs of my children. I offer my clients the same.
I live in Auckland, New Zealand, with my tall, bushy-bearded husband and small (mercifully unbearded) children. I swear more than is ladylike and I eat all the carbs and sugar so you don’t have to. I am a fan of funny people, nice wine, crime novels, twisty sci-fi and chocolate. Not necessarily in that order.
I also like snuggling all the babies and hanging out with fun, stylish people who don’t take themselves too seriously. So much so that I built a business around it.
I’m a lifestyle photographer but what I’m really known for is my ability to tell authentic stories with playful images of love and connection. My business is hinged on my unwavering belief in the power of storytelling. And what’s more I believe that real stories beat perfect ones every damn day of the week.