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Womens Surf Photography Workshop #2

May 18th, 2019.

Byron Bay

Ever dreamt of a lifestyle career in surf photography? Do you want to gain the confidence to network, shoot with world class equipment, and learn the exact skills I used to become a full time Surf & Lifestyle Photographer? Or maybe you just want to get photography advice in a relaxed, nurturing environment for women who are ambitious and encouraging.

Well, you’ve come to the right place. Introducing The Clique , a girl-gang inspired by you guys. Taking you beyond the camera, If you’re anywhere from a hobbyist to an aspiring pro, this workshop will give you the skills to get professional results.

We’ve got our second Women’s Surf Photography Workshop coming up on May 18th, 2019 in Byron Bay. 12 spots available for a full day, hands on opportunity you don’t want to miss. Believe me, this is just the beginning…

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Introducing ‘The Clique,’ a girl gang for likeminded photographers, inspired by you. I’m creating a tribe of ambitious, courageous women who want to chase their dreams. I chased mine, Now it’s your turn. Join Us.

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Our current Workshops are for you if…


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She wasn’t perfect, nor did she try. Her hair was messy, her skin kissed by the sun. She was witty, smart & beautiful, a little awkward and sometimes crazy. Full of fire, she was fierce and strong, and her passions were fuelled by the love she surrounded herself with. Nothing in her wardrobe matched, neither did her bikini’s, but she didn’t care. She danced to the beat of her own wave, she loved the rain, she dared herself always. She was the first person to arrive and the last to leave. She had hopes and dreams and she knew she was going to get their one day. She was a child of the ocean, sometimes lying in it for hours, a place she never felt judged. It was her home. She laughed at everything, her smile infectious, and the truth was, she never wanted to grow up. She paved her own path and didn’t stick to the trends. She grew her own roses before she was ever given one. She was loud and wild, but she was passionate. She was a lady of the sea, a warrior. She surfed like a girl and she was damn proud of it.
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