Documentray Photography Workshop

A workshop designed for anyone who is looking to take their storytelling photography to the next level. You could be relatively new to photography or you might be an accomplished street photographer or portrait photographer who wants to explore the documentary photography genre to help give your photography some structure and develop your skills as a visual storyteller.

The workshop will be relaxed, interactive and fun.

It will involve an initial video call with me to discuss your personal objectives and any potential projects you already have in mind. We’ll meet as a small group in London/South East for a full day discussing documentary photography, visual storytelling and putting it into practice. It will be a safe and respectful environment to learn and discuss together.

You’ll then work on a project and we’ll stay in touch with regular calls and we will come together at the end to showcase our work at a final half day workshop in person.



  • Video call introductory chat
  • Month 1 – full day workshop in London/South East
  • Months 2, 3, and 5 – video call chats individually and as a group to discuss progress
  • Month 6 – half-day workshop to showcase projects
  • 4-6 people only. Please contact me by clicking here if you are interested.

Start April 2024 (dates TBD)

Cost: £450

About the tutor:

Andrew Cameron has worked as a video director and photographer since the 1990s (a long time). He has worked with major global brands helping them to communicate their stories – not advertising or marketing but real stories of social impact, change and celebrating the work they do. As a recognised specialist in ‘communication’ Andrew is also a member of faculty for two leading global business schools working around the world to help leaders become better communicators and storytellers. Andrew has always been passionate about documentary photography and the photographers who have, and continue to, bring stories to the attention of the world.