1 hour photography portfolio review with Katrin Koenning | Education - PhMuseum

Book your 60 minute photography portfolio review with Katrin Koenning


Katrin Koenning
  • Editing
  • Narrative
  • Method
  • Meaning
  • English
  • German


Katrin Koenning is a German photographer and photographic educator based in Melbourne, Australia. In 2016 her first book, Astres Noirs, received the Australian Photobook of the Year Award and was shortlisted for both Prix Nadar and the Paris Photo/Aperture First Book Award. Katrin regularly exhibits in Australian and international solo and group exhibitions. She is a former editor of the Australian PhotoJournalist Magazine, and her images are published widely in places such as The New Yorker, ASX, The New York Times, The Guardian, Der Spiegel and many others. Katrin regularly teaches intensive conceptual and narrative-based workshops in photographic practice and thinking, working closely with institutions and festivals such as Angkor Photo Festival (Siem Reap, Cambodia), The Lighthouse (Calcutta, India), Photo Kathmandu (Kathmandu, Nepal), Photobook NZ, The Centre for Contemporary Photography (Melbourne, Australia), Perth Centre for Photography and the Australian Centre for Photography among others. She has been a photographic educator since 2008, teaching documentary storytelling at the University of Queensland and Photography Studies College Melbourne. Katrin is represented by East Wing Gallery.

Katrin also offers a 12-hour mentorship, click here to apply.

In a 30-min session Katrin Koenning will review your portfolio and give you a general opinion on your work with useful tips to improve and further develop it.

Katrin also offers a 12-hour mentorship, click here to apply.

In this class you can present Katrin a specific body of photographic work and receive critical feedback, as well to discuss possible future ideas, goals and directions.

Katrin also offers a 12-hour mentorship, click here to apply.

This consultancy lends itself to the evaluation and discussion of multiple bodies of photographic work and their potential connectivity in method and concept, as well as a definition of your overall possible future visual challenges and strategies. Depending on the nature of the discussed work, a range of approaches to take the work further will be offered, or to conceptualise the beginning of a new work. Further discussion will address the role and importance of reading the visual within the field of expanded documentary practice, as well as image sequencing and editing and so forth.

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