Announcing: Our Featured Artists

At the beginning of November, we introduced THE GRATITUDE PROJECT, a photo challenge to share images that #definegratitude in your life. Our hope was simply to fill our community with reasons to be thankful and beautiful images to feast our eyes on leading up to Thanksgiving. (If you never scrolled through the hashtag, go! You won’t

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Our January Class Lineup – A Quick Guide

Overwhelmed by the choices? Our class guide will help you find the perfect course for you! Our interactive online photography classes all take place in our private forum with a real-live teacher and a group of fellow students walking through four weeks of learning with you. If you’re new to DEFINE, you can learn more

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What I Have to Say: Jessica Uhler

  Hustle. Good things come to those who hustle. Hustle hard. When you rest, you rust. Ingredients for happiness: wifi, caffeine, hustle, a dream. This is just a sliver of the sampling I found for motivational quotes on hustling. The message I constantly hear, especially as a creative trying to forge my own path is DON’T

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THE GRATITUDE PROJECT

It’s November, the month that automatically conjures up warm fuzzy thoughts of thankfulness and pie. So we want to know: what ARE you grateful for? How does gratitude look in your life today? Today is the first day of THE GRATITUDE PROJECT, a three-week challenge to share photographs that define gratitude for you. We know

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Student Stories: Sarah Swanson /// Telling Stories Through Still Life

The heart of my work is my community. During the last few years, my photography journey has drawn me towards the art of storytelling. Along this path, most of my photography has centered around images of people. What is their story? How can I capture them in their natural environment, the space that is real

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Student Stories: Jessica Cudzilo /// A Blinking Cursor

“There’s a secret that real writers know that wannabe writers don’t, and the secret is this: It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is sitting down to write. What keeps us from sitting down to write is Resistance.” – Steven Pressfield in The War of Art There’s freedom found when you stumble upon

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Our November Class Lineup – A Quick Guide

Overwhelmed by the choices? Our class guide will help you find the perfect course for you! Our interactive online photography classes all take place in our private forum with a real-live teacher and a group of fellow students walking through four weeks of learning with you. If you’re new to DEFINE, you can learn more

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Our September Class Lineup – A Quick Guide

Overwhelmed by the choices? Our class guide will help you find the perfect course for you! Our interactive online photography classes all take place in our private forum with a real-live teacher and a group of fellow students walking through four weeks of learning with you. If you’re new to DEFINE, you can learn more

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Student Stories: Andrea Wolfe /// Ordinary, Alive, and Beautiful

I am a mother to four young children and I document our life almost daily. Yes, I do it for my children. For their future. For their memories. But these days, in the continual battle against losing myself to the whispers that try to tell me that my life is mundane and unimportant, these days

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Student Stories: Jessica Holleque /// Mothers and Makers

My personal work has always been, at its most simple, about leaning into curiosities. When photography felt like an island (fueled by a social media world that breeds comparison and competition), I found myself longing for a healthier creative community. I grew tired of only seeing the highlight reels of artists’ polished finished products. I

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