PRO PHOTOGRAPHER / TOUR LEADER
Glynn Lavender, primary tutor and owner of Australia’s Creative Photo Workshops, is well known both in Australia and the USA for his 30+ year involvement in the photo industry and brings his passion for teaching photography to every event.
Glynn’s ability to share his knowledge and empower Workshop and tour attendees to reach their goals is well known and many working professional photographers consider Glynn their mentor and part of the reason for their success.
With nearly a thousand Workshops and many photo tours under his belt, Glynn’s experience shines through at every event and he willingly shares everything – there are no ‘trade secrets’.
Glynn is heavily involved in the photographic industry worldwide as former president of the Digital Image Marketing Association, Chairman of the PMA Education Committee as well as several other positions Australian branch of the Photo Marketing Association.
As a mentor, Glynn has guided many professional photographers to more successful businesses and many amateur photographers to build up award winning portfolios.
Glynn’s images and articles have been featured in numerous publications including Better Photography, Australian Photographer, Digital Photography and Travel Photography Guide.
Glynn’s passion is people photography, whether it be in the far flung deserts of India or the interesting faced delivery guy banging on his door.
Glynn runs photography workshops in Australia and the United States as well as leading photo tours to countries such as India, Myamar and Vietnam among others.
Glynn is also co-host of Shutters Inc Podcast, with weekly episodes covering all aspects of photography.
Come and join Glynn on a workshop or tour and let’s take the next step in your photographic journey.
President PMA Digital Imaging Marketing Association
Chairperson PMA Education Committee
PMA Territorial Vice President (Australia)
Chairperson PMA Victoria (Australia)
Tamron Lenses Ambassador
Elinchrom Lighting Australian Ambassador
Glynn runs a weekly photography podcast