Trainer | Mentor



Julie Oswin is a Photographer | Mentor | Trainer and has been a full-time professional for over twenty years.   She was awarded a rare Fellowship in Wedding Photography by the British Institute of Professional Photographers (2013) and became the fourth woman in the UK to receive BIPP Fellowship in Weddings.  Master Craftsman with The Guild of Wedding Photographer (2013)  and Fellowship in Wedding Photography by the SWPP (2017).

“Fantastic teaching with Julie, very highly rated and a lovely woman”  –  Robbie Simpson, Isla Briggs Photography

A City & Guild’s Lecturer and Examiner at Loughborough College of Art & Design for ten years (1996-2006),  Julie brings to her photography training a variety of skills in a varied selection of photography genres.  The City & Guilds modules that Julie covered included Introduction to Photography, Black and White Photography, Darkroom, Processing and Printing, Landscape Photography, Still Life, Photojournalism, Digital Imaging and Photoshop.  Julie also taught GCSE Photography. 

Gifted, smart, unassuming, kind, generous, funny, and a truly excellent trainer. I learnt so much in such a short time”.  

A Nikon Partner 2006-2010 running  Wedding Photography Training Courses using the latest Digital technology jointly with Epson Pro-Portrait, beta-testing the Epson Gemini Printing System from 2001-2009 and Lexar UK.

“Julie is a world-class photographer of faultless character and integrity”.     –    Nikon UK

Julie is the Editor of Creative Light Magazine, commissioned by The Guild of Photographers for their members.  The first published in April 2014 and now it is in it’s sixth year.   You can read Issue 34 of Creative Light Magazine [click here]

Pip Bacon Photographer



“To this day, I hear Julie’s voice in my ear every time I edit an image.  In fact, I am just about to book her online training to continue my journey and I look forward to her humour, frankness and exceptional constructive criticism in a positive manner.”    –  Pip Bacon



“If it makes you laugh, if it makes you cry, if it rips your heart out, that’s a good picture.”  –  Eddie Adams