State of the art Photographic Studio
At the heart of WOW Photo training are the state of the art photographic studio, training room and post production facilities.
Photographer and trainer Alex Wolfe-Warman runs all the group and 1 to 1 workshops from here.
This is where you start and finish all location based workshops and spend all day on studio based workshops.
Award Winning Photographer
Alex has been a professional photographer since 1992. Beginning his career in Bristol where he was based for many years, he has travelled extensively, working in the USA, India, Africa, South-East Asia and Europe. Alex's travel photography, portraiture and reportage photography have been published in many national and international publications, including The Times and Professional Photographer magazine. His work has been exhibited in Bristol, Bath and Seattle and at the National Theatre on London's South Bank.
He has won 14 Professional Fuji awards including three distinctions for his portrait photography.Alex has most recently been a Highly Commended finalist in Landscape Photographer of the Year 2008. He was a Shortlisted Finalist in Travel Photographer Of The Year. in 2008 and 2009, and Alex won Transindus Travel Photographer of the Year 2009.
For many years now, Alex has combined his photography career with teaching photography. For many years he ran a variety of city and guilds programmes and has taught photography on art and design courses in colleges. For the past five years he has also been running 5-day photography workshop holidays in Andalucia in Southern Spain www.andalucianphotohols.com and simultaneously running wowphototraining in the UK, which until recently was called Make Better Photographs.
Proven Track Record
Some of my clients include:
- Greenpeace/South East Asia
- Welsh National Opera
- Birmingham Royal Ballet
- National Westminster Bank
- Unite plc
- Bristol International Music Festival
- Candid Records
- OT Records
- Jazz Journal
- International Professional Photographer Magazine
- Venue Magazine
- Marks and Spencer
- Shaw Trust