I run photoraphy workshops called The Motherhood with my partner Emidy….

photography workshops for mums


THE MOTHERHOOD is steeped in passion for uplifting women.  We empower mothers to embrace their creativity by giving them the knowledge and skills to use their DSLR camera.

At THE MOTHERHOOD we start at the very beginning with understanding your camera.  With this empowering knowledge you’ll be able to take photographs in a most inspiring and creative way.

You will learn how to create captivating images through strong composition and powerful storytelling.  Not only will you be able to create the photographs you’ve always dreamed of, you’ll also be part of a community fuelled with like-minded women supporting and encouraging each other in their photographic journey.


For upcoming workshop dates and more information click here…

prices are £200 for a five week workshop, 1.5 horus per week, 



Let us know which date you’d like to join us and we’ll get you all booked in.

If you’d like to give or receive the workshop as a wonderful present just let us know and we’ll send you a gift voucher

The concept of THE MOTHERHOOD is to bring like-minded women together who want to learn how to take inspiring photographs of their everyday.

It originated in my kitchen as an all-day workshop, and I hope very much to return there soon but, because of Covid I’ll be hosting these workshops online until we can all safely meet up again.

Our workshops are just as cosy and intimate but are delivered in small chunks over four weeks instead of in a day to make them accessible to everyone.

Philippa James

The Motherhood fonder + Photographer


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Take a peek below at the incredible work THE MOTHERHOOD students have created also check out their work on INSTAGRAM.  We also curated our very own exhibition which got picked up by BBC Breakfast News.  One student also had a photograph selected for the HOLD STILL exhbition by The National Portrait Gallery

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