Wholehearted PhotographyWholehearted Photography 
is an 8-week workshop exploring the heart of a successful photography business.  It is intended for those who are considering, or have already launched their own photography company.

Classes are limited to 12 participants.  These cohorts are small enough to give individualized attention, yet large enough to offer support and accountability.

Here are some kind words from previous Wholehearted Photography participants:

“Taking Amy Tripple’s Wholehearted Photography course was the best decision for my business! I just started my own photography company last year and was looking for some professional guidance in both creative and business ways. I got all that and much more: Amy is not only an incredibly talented photographer and savvy business person, she is also the most down-to-earth, open-minded and generous person. The course covers all core topics of the business and has very practical hands-on application. I would highly recommend it to photographers of all levels and experiences as it is packed with invaluable ideas and tips. Thank you Amy for sharing your success with us!”

“Amy’s class has given me the confidence to grow my photography business. Amy is real, honest, and incredibly talented, and she has provided me with valuable lessons on how to succeed and how to find a balance. It’s exactly what I needed to advance my skills as a photographer.”

“I am really enjoying the Wholehearted Photography course. I am learning more about photography, editing and marketing than I ever imagined possible. Amy’s knowledge is impressive and the encouragement and sharing with our classmates is so enriching.”

The next Wholehearted Photography workshop will be held on Saturday mornings from 8am-10am from April 16th through June 4th.  Since Saturday, May 28th is Memorial Day weekend, the class that day will be videocast, rather than in-person.


All classes are recorded and provided via webcast to those unable to attend due to travel limitations or illness.  It is perfectly acceptable to join a cohort even if you will not be able to attend any workshops in-person.