Professional Practice / Creative Entrepreneurship for PhotographersCamilo Potocnjak-Oxman
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Redesigned for online delivery ACP’s new course Creative Entrepreneurship for Photographers is tailored for those interested in developing their photographic careers and identifying new business opportunities.
Taught by industry leader Camilo Potocnjak-Oxman, this course will empower you to identify and implement new ways of generating income from your existing skillset.
Learn how to recognise and act on business opportunities within your field. Discover how to connect with potential clients and stakeholders. Gain the knowledge you need to confirm supporters, sponsors, and access to resources.
Creative Entrepreneurship for Photographers will give you the essential skills and knowledge needed to realise your own business concept from the ground up.
About the tutor:
Camilo Potocnjak-Oxman is an Industrial Designer with a Master of Management from the Australian National University, where he has taught entrepreneurship and innovation-related courses since 2015 and currently convenes the Research School of Management’s Master of Entrepreneurship & Innovation. His design practice, mainly independent, has allowed him to work in the food, disability, mining, games and education industries, while developing brands for small entrepreneurial organisations in Chile, Australia and Japan.
This course runs at the same time on the same day over three weeks with a maximum class size of eight participants.
Prerequisites and Requirements
- Business Basics for Photographers, or equivalent experience
- Camera Craft 2, or equivalent experience
- Note book and pen
- Zoom installed on your computer - you do not need a paid account
- Computer with stable internet connection, working webcam and microphone
- Please review our FAQ for terms and conditions of enrolment.
Images courtesy and © ACP Students Joelle Miller, Rob Annesley, Mary Horniblow, and David Rigby.