Online portfolio
review month
Only for April 2019

© Max Pinckers

22 reviewers
60 minutes one-to-one reviews

Whether you are looking for editing advice, how to pitch your projects, find exhibition opportunities, (self)publish your book, or move your work in the industry, this April you have the unique chance to connect and work with leading photography professionals. It's an unprecedented opportunity, and a meaningful investment to understand your potential, improve your vision, and move your career forward.

So far 77% of the participants in PHmuseum’s educational program say that the experience is better or much better than expected, while another 16% say the program met their expectation. Why don't you give it a try?

12% Pre-booking discount until 30 March

£79   £69 + VAT

Meet our reviewers

How it works

  • 1

    Choose
    your reviewer

    Use filters and check out their profiles to find a good match. Please notice that the area of expertise is just a guide to highlight the aspects where the reviewers can help you most - yet they are all experienced professionals well prepared to cover most of the possible fields of work.

  • 2

    Book
    a time+date

    Once you have chosen the reviewer, click the Book now button to select your preferred date, time, and language. You can also leave a note to share your work with the reviewer in advance and communicate your goals. Please note that the indicated hours are GMT timezone.

  • 3

    Confirm and get in touch

    Purchase the session and check your inbox. You will receive a confirmation email with the basic info to get in touch with your reviewer and the booking details. To book with another reviewer, simply repeat this process.

When I enrolled with the PHmuseum mentorship programme, I had expected a session that would provoke ideas to move my work forward. The feedback I received was provided on a specific body of work, discussing each piece in detail. My experience surpassed my expectations and helped me to develop my work further.

Suzan Pektas, Turkey
© Suzan Pektas Fabiola Cedillo

Why book
Online Reviews

A 60-minute online session is much more than the usual quick portfolio review at a festival. It's an effective way to develop your work with the proper time and focus, and enjoy these benefits:

I can tell you that the role of a mentor is absolutely necessary because the photographer, at whatever level, is so emotionally involved in his work that it is really hard, if not impossible, to have an objective vision of the whole. And when you happen to meet a curator able to enter your world and show you your possible way without influencing your point of view it's really helpful. Personally, I had this chance with PHmuseum.

Mariagrazia Beruffi, Italy
© Mariagrazia Beruffi Fabiola Cedillo

Remember you can also
book a consultancy 
 or a mentorship

from our permanent program


Learn more

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    Talking about Education: the Self-Taught Photographer
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    The Benefits of Working with a Mentor
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    Working in Duo to Create the ‘Third Look’
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    Practical Advice to Benefit from Portfolio Reviews
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    What can a formal degree in photography from an art school or university mean for the careers of photographers? Why would one study photography the formal way? We went to speak with a number of photographers from across the globe to find out.

    Talking about Education: the Graduated Photographer

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