“Those who can’t do, teach” is a derogatory phrase originally written by George Bernard Shaw that a century later is still often slung at educators. I personally adhere to the opposite phrase: “You never really learn something until you teach it”. Additionally throughout my personal and professional life I have benefited and valued the mentor-mentee relationship. A crucial professional and interpersonal relationship that accelerates growth, develops new skills and a host of other benefits. A unique type of fulfilment come from participatory education and I truly enjoy this two-way process.

In the drop-down menu of this section I present some examples of workshops developed and conducted on architectural and fine art photography. You can also inquire here for individual and personalised classes.