Louise Mills - Owner and Tutor
Louise is a Co-Director of Going Digital and owns and runs the East Midlands region, as well as running her own photography business from her studio based in Nottingham.
She specialises in weddings, lighting, portraiture and lifestlye photography and is generally to be found in her studio somewhere between various lights, softboxes, props and backdrops. She has been known to venture out early in the morning or late at night to capture a stunning land or seascape or two. She also teaches Portraiture at nightschool at Nottingham Trent University and runs Photography Workshops for colleague days at Nottingham University.
Her work takes her all over the UK and abroad, she has a particluar fondness for shoes, champagne and the seaside and is mum to two much photographed rescue dogs.
Sophie Booth - Tutor/Assistant
Sophie is a professional portrait photographer based in Derbyshire. Primarily working as a studio photographer, she also freelances for a range of clients from editorial and magazine commissions to small businesses, artists and individuals. Her work is defined by her relaxed, informal style and strong use of colour and light.
She trained at Nottingham Trent University and now travels all over the UK for work. She has a real passion for working with people and enjoys teaching and helping others realise their potential.
Charmagne Haxby - Assistant
Charmagne has always had a passion for creating and is happy that she's been blessed with the opportunity to combine this with another passion, teaching. She has a BA Hons degree in Art and Education and P.G.C.E in primary teaching and over 13 years experience in primary school education, teaching across KS1 & KS2. Within her teaching time, she worked in a variety of roles from Class teacher, Literacy Co-ordinator, KS2 leader through to Assistant Head.
A decision to change her career, with the idea of gaining more family time, more time to create and to discover past hobbies and interests found her attending a number of the Going Digital courses as part of this process and found herself hooked. Suddenly her DSLR made sense, she was able to be more creative with the photos that she took and gained a better understanding behind how to take better photos. Through the Going Digital courses, help from a dedicated and engaging tutor, listening to feedback and joining the GD community she has continued to grow her photography skills.
She works as a freelance photographer and assists with various Going Digital workshops.