Corporate & Staff Photography Workshops
A little known side of The Aperture Club’s business activities is working with clients to design and operate customised photography workshops. We design training around your needs or you may find that one of our existing courses such as the Fundamentals of Photography workshop can jumpstart your social media marketing efforts. The purpose of the training may vary from:
- Staff training
- Team building
- Staff incentives
- Conference break-outs
- Conference excursions
- Special events – annual staff party, community workshops.
Some of our Clients
Our clients have included major corporates, small family businesses, government departments, council, major film festivals and conferences.
- Barangaroo Authority
- Marrickville Council (now The Inner West Council)
- Russell Investment Group
- The Department of Lands
- Horticultural Society
- The Power House Museum
Events and Festivals
- Australia Day 2018
- Eco Xpo Festival
- Mardi Gras Film Festival
- Perfect Match Festival
- Seniors Week
- The Australian Garden Show Sydney
- White Bay Precinct
Whether you are looking for a staff team building experience for 50 people, a 2-hour conference break-out experience for 20 or a staff incentive program similar to Russell’s, The Aperture Club can design a unique and fun learning experience to suit your aims and goals.
For enquiries please call Sharon Hickey on +61 411 370 577
For Russell Investment Group we designed a series of customised workshops as part of their Staff Incentive Scheme.
The workshops were designed to enhance the individuals’ camera knowledge & photographic skills, while encouraging the individual to explore and develop their creative expression. The workshops were catered to absolute beginners as well as knowledgeable amateurs.
Workshop Format: Consecutive weekly sessions for groups of 10, covering camera and specific creative skills. The workshops were held mid afternoon away from the office environment, allowing a very hands-on experience in-the-field ( around the CBD, Circular Quay and Hyde Park).