Who am I?    Deborah Dorman.
I'm a down to earth, wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) kinda gal. I established Wild Honey Photography in 1998. 

I run my own business on the Sunshine Coast and I teach photography at RMIT in Melbourne. 

I run small group Photography Tours at great locations that provide ample opportunities to learn, practice and improve your photography skills.  It's the ultimate learning experience. 

Destinations are chosen to provide a wide range of practice situations to inspire and challenge you. With an inclination toward nature and flora we explore macro, landscape, lighting, composition, capturing movement as well as night photography, parades, street photography and much, much more. 

From beginners to intermediate, you will learn about light, composition and design as well as the tricky technical stuff in a safe, easy going learning environment. 

We'll share some wine and cheese and talk photos and what makes them work. 

My background is in Portrait, Wedding and Event photography and I'm also an exhibiting artist. I have years of experience teaching photography at all levels and can explain things in a simple, easy to understand way. 

I travel back and forth between the studio on the sunny Sunshine Coast and teaching photography in moody ol' Melbourne.  I'm thrilled to open up your world of photography and help you discover your visual language. 





Solo Exhibitions:

2013  Same Same Beloved. Melbourne

2010 TEN YEARS Caloundra Regional Art Gallery

2000 Go Native.  Caloundra Regional Art Gallery

1998 Between the Flags. (RADF grant). Kawana SLSC.