Glenn Mckimmin is a professional landscape photographer from Australia with 15 years of diverse industry experience. He loves what he does for a living and generously helps others discover the life-changing benefits of photography. Originally from Manly, Sydney, Glenn now calls the beautiful Central Coast home.
Glenn and his camera have captured awe-inspiring images across a spectrum of countries including New Zealand, Slovenia, Bhutan, Canada, Ireland, England, Turkey, Syria, Norway, Austria, France, Italy, Mongolia, Kamchatka, India, Sri Lanka, UAE and the USA. When he’s not covered in colour at India’s Holi festival, Glenn loves to shoot local – Australian coastal and alpine scenes underpin his portfolio.
Photography on the Central Coast
The accomplishments extend beyond a stunning suite of images – Glenn manages several pioneering businesses within the photographic industry, all geared toward appreciating the dynamic art of photography.
He’s Director of Created for Life, a specialist printing and framing lab. He’s also Founding Director of Fotoworkshops, an Aussie-based luxury photo tour company he launched in 2008. To date, Glenn has arranged savvy experts to lead photo tours to more than 25 colourful, pristine or wild countries across the globe.
In 2018, Glenn founded Aperture Australia, the country’s first, (and the hemisphere’s largest) immersive photography conference. He believes there are lessons to be learnt from every level of experience – so, as Director, he’s placing amateur talent and award-winning photographers in one room to boost the industry as a whole. One of his greatest influencers is his uncle – panoramic landscape photographer Ken Duncan. After many hours waiting in the wilderness, Ken taught Glenn the grand reward of persistence: when everyone else has given up, you stay put to capture that golden shot!
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