REVIEWS FROM PAST STUDENTS:

“I'm well into my photography journey and writing felt like an interesting medium to explore alongside photography. (I'm not a writer and far from it) Amy's class was just that perfect boost to explore yourself and your life inside and out and write about it. Amy is very open and encouraging and creates a very safe place to put your thoughts down no matter how simple or complex they are. She gives you keys to open many doors and find paths and find writing. There are no rules.  She gives excellent feedback to help you move forward and forward only.  If you feel you want to communicate alongside your visual images, this class is for you.”
Reem Alshaikh

“This was a deep and difficult class, in all of the right ways, particularly for advanced photographers looking to find a new outlet or way to photograph and access something that might be missing within their work that only they could find. Amy is a gifted instructor and makes each student's journey feel valued.”
Melissa Stottmann

“The entire course was a good experience. I'm still trying to internalize so much of what I have learned. It's likely that I will be thinking about what I read and learned for some time. Amy is so honest and open with herself that you can't help but be honest and open yourself. The result is a safe space where you can explore a deeper part of yourself and your art that you didn't know existed. Amy is all heart and so is this course.”
Elaine Palladino

“I was a house plant with enough water and light, thriving. 

In class, with Amy, we went outside and I turned to face the light instead of twisting toward it. 

And words now flow to me and I'm going to let them all come, thankful for anything and everything. 

Game on, I'm ready to play.”
Tatiana Johnson

“ Written and Illustrated by Amy Grace would have to be on my top three all time favorite classes. I finally got the 'why' of photography and how my connection with the craft can touch an audience, the viewer. It was creatively inspired, reaching my heart and mind. I loved every bit!”
Jennifer Fritz