Wedding Photography Course Mentors

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Wedding Photography Course Mentors

  • George Delgado

    George Delgado

    George Delgado completed the NYIP Pro Course as he transitioned from life as a corporate executive to a successful professional photographer. His fashion photographs have appeared in Women's Wear Daily, and he has captured sporting events at New York's Madison Square Garden. George also shoots pro bono portraits for The Heart Gallery, a non-profit organization with the mission of finding "forever families" for children in need of adoption.

  • Lara White

    Lara White

    Lara White is a professional photographer specializing in wedding photography for the San Francisco bay area. Lara's images have been featured in over 70 publications such as Professional Photographer and Rangefinder. Lara's popular online educational resource PhotoMint empowers both emerging and established photographers by providing practical tips, innovative methods and the best approach to sales, marketing and business management for the professional photographer.

  • Britt Chudleigh

    Britt Chudleigh

    Following her studies in drawing and painting, Britt became strongly attracted to the storytelling and immediate qualities she found in photography. Film photography held her attention further as it enhanced the timelessness, purity, tangibility and aesthetics of photography. Britt travels the globe documenting weddings but always returns home to the Wasatch Mountains where she lives with her husband and two children.

  • Thea Dodds

    Thea Dodds

    Thea Dodds, an award-winning photographer with more than fifteen years of experience, founded Authentic Eye in 2004. Thea also co-founded the internationally recognized non-profit Greener Photography in 2008. Her work has been featured in Newsweek, ABC News, CNN, The Huffington Post, Vermont Vows and NH Magazine's Bride.

About Our Mentor Program

NYIP is the only online photography school that provides you with a team of professional photographers who act as your teachers, coaches, and mentors. You will benefit from a personal relationship just like you would get in the classroom. NYIP mentors are there to answer your questions via phone or email at every turn.

In addition, you will submit photo projects throughout the course which will be evaluated by the teacher assigned to you. They are there to help you improve as you master the craft. If you want to become a professional wedding photographer, this level of support is crucial.