GALLERY FROM MILES WORKSHOP AT ASYLUM CHAPEL
Taking you Miles and Miles into your future...
Come Follow Me...
I'm Emmy, the founder of Emmy Shoots and Miles Workshop.
With a bachelors degree in
FINE ART & MEDIA STUDIES,
I studied everything from art direction to cinematography, fine art photographic prints to set design.
Photography and event planning are my passion. Quite early on in my career I began planning and creating largh production shoots.
My work has been published on
The Lane, Together Journal, Bride and Tonic, Love My Dress and Rock My Wedding.
Mastering your own art
positioning your business
What you'll take away with you from our workshops...
The tools and platform to create the brand you've dreamed of through
brand association with bridal designers and vendors from the far corners.
A mix of ambitious photographers with varying styles and experiences in
support groups with photographers that will guide and assist you.
Meticulously planned shoots and workshops to inspire
and motivate you to master your own change.
Coaching and mentoring
The chance to relax and unwind amongst like minded professionals
with ambition and drive to learn from each other.
Connections that will last a lifetime...
Image by Laura Martha
Support and guidance from Emmy
First access to Emmy Shoots' debut colour release Lightroom presets.
When attending a workshop, beautiful galleries to use for your portfolio
featuring all the brands you want to work with.
Connections that will last a lifetime. Through both brand association and the
people you'll be surrounding yourself with.
Access to Emmy Shoots' workflow templates including
Wedding Workflow in Excel, and client Finer Details,
Products such as 'How to be a good second shooter',
'How to plan a styled shoot' and more...
What we offer...
A natural element of what I do to assist fellow photographers and vendors in the wedding industry.
Sessions will recommence in October
Fine Art Film
Shooting with film gives the greatest of liberties with the freedom to take a step back, take a
moment, reflect and shoot.
I started shooting film 8 years ago and shot my first wedding on film 7 years ago.
I still chose that very first camera for the majority of my film weddings.
It's an art form, a freedom of expression not compliant within the realms of standard technically correct forms of photography.
It's a gift.