Welcome to the official blog for Blue Sky Photography, an educational site for all those souls with a passion for photography and a desire to both explore and communicate the beauty of our natural world and its people with others.
Master of Arts (Photo) Royal Melbourne Institute of Photography (RMIT)
Graduate Diploma of Art (RMIT)
Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Philip Institute of Photography (PIT)
Glenn Guy is a photographer with 30 years industry experience including newspaper, wedding/portrait, documentary, travel, landscape and film stills. Almost 20 years of teaching experience and time as a Technical Specialist and Product Manager at Kodak Australasia further underpin his wide-ranging career.
Glenn’s exhibition highlights include being a finalist in the inaugural Felix H. Mann Award for Documentary Photography, exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria; recipient of a Leica Award for Landscape Photography, at the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP); and Photographer of the Year (Landscape Category) with the Victoria Division of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). His fine-art prints are collected at both private and corporate level. Still enjoying commercial assignments Glenn’s clients have included Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd, Jetset Travel and a variety of government authorities. Most recently Glenn has enjoyed working as a stills photographer on film sets and TV shows, including Fish Out Of Water, a TV documentary on the environment for Foxtel staring former Olympian and World Champion swimmer Ian Thorpe.
Over the years Glenn’s passion for photography and travel have resulted in photography adventures to China, Tibet, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, New Zealand and throughout Australia. Glenn also operates a small publishing business and produces postcards and greeting cards and a range of educational products through this site. Private and small group teaching, Workshops and Photography Tours will also be announced over time. So please bookmark this site for ongoing reference.