What do we do?
Camera Story champions #positive photography. We use the camera lens to educate people about photography, so they can build practical skills; confidence; communicate more effectively; increase their vocational capacity; explore social issues and build connections to other members of their community and their environment.
How are we different?
Camera Story is innovative in its approach; combining art, vocational training and specialised development in all its community programs. Our biggest impact has been working with communities who need an innovative approach to address social issues. Our major programs focus both on adult education and youth engagement.
Examples of our programs include: engaging youth in activities that encourage them to study further; providing women with an alternative and accessible career path; helping individuals with mental health issues to build their confidence and inspire hope; encourage collaboration between arguing individuals to facilitate community harmony; and discourage individuals from empowering themselves through destructive imagery. Find out how we can collaborate with you to bring a Camera Story photography workshop your way. Programs We Offer.
Support our work
Camera Story is a social enterprise; we use our commercial photography services to help fund our important community projects and grow our social impact.
Your organisation can support our work by hiring the professional team at Camera Story to photograph your next event, team headshot or marketing campaign. We can also run photography workshops for your next team building activity. By choosing Camera Story, you will get a professional product and help directly support one of Camera Story’s transformative community projects. Review our Camera Story Commercial Services.
Who are Camera Story?
Camera Story was co-founded in 2013 by professional photographers Jacqueline Warrick and Sarah Landro. Jacqueline has completed a Masters of Professional Communications majoring in Photomedia and has worked extensively in North India, with her first book being published at the beginning of 2015. Sarah has a Postgraduate degree in Creative Industries, also majoring in Photomedia and is the current Gallery Co-ordinator at the Perth Centre for Photography.
Since its beginning, the team has grown to involve a solid group of professional photographers and photographic artists who dedicate their time and experience bringing the love of photography to people everywhere. Camera Story embodies their drive to share photography with as many people in as many places as possible. Click here to dive into a Camera Story project.