I'm Peter Cox. I organise unforgettable photo courses for photographers of all abilities, so that they can improve their work, have their questions answered, and be inspired.

My courses, seminars and workshops:


What others have said

"I can’t thank you enough, Peter, for making this workshop such a memorable experience. Magical locations, great food and fun, and most of all your ability to provide useful and positive learning opportunities at all skill levels." — Gail Bingham, USA

“Thank you for a great workshop! It was the best I’ve ever attended, and I appreciated not only your photographic and teaching skills, but also your approach to life in general.” — David Gee, Australia

“The course was brilliant, and greatly exceeded my expectations.” — Paul Byrne, Dublin

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Greenland Photography Expedition 2015

Greenland is one of the truly magical places on Earth, and one of the last wildernesses. It’s also one of the most rapidly changing places on the planet due to the effects... | More »

Iceland: The Unexplored Northwest

Iceland is a place of real wonder, a land sculpted by fire and ice. Join me on a 10 day journey through some of this island’s most dramatic locations. From plunging... | More »

The Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands have been called the jewel of the North Atlantic. Soaring mountains, sheer cliffs, dramatic coastlines and a largely untouched and little-visited landscape await... | More »

Ireland: Photo Tour in Beautiful Cork and Kerry

Ireland offers some of the finest landscape photography in the world. From green rolling hills and manicured farmland to the wilds of the Atlantic coast, it is a dream destination... | More »

One-to-One Digital Photography Courses

As well as my popular group workshops, I offer a luxury, one-to-one, private workshop. For two days, scheduled on-demand for a time of mutual convenience, you have my undivided... | More »

About Peter Cox:

Peter Cox

I have had a lifelong love of imagery, particularly photography. I have been fascinated by the possibilities of imagemaking from the time I first held a camera… | More »