The Sharp Shots team provides children and teens with a creative and fun retreat to explore photography. Our children’s photography courses and after school photography clubs run throughout the year in Surrey and the South East. Each week the children’s photography courses have new, entertaining material for children to photograph. Every child is given a digital camera and inspired to go out and photograph the world in a new light. The Sharp Shots teachers and team leaders are a fun group of professional photographers who are all CRB certificated and thoroughly enjoy imparting their extensive photographic knowledge to the younger generation. They run photography workshops for children and photography courses for teens at exciting locations in Surrey and the South East. And don’t forget the team can provide lively kids photography birthday parties too!

Lillian (Founder)

Lillie has had a passion for photography and teaching from an early age. In her teens she photographed for her school’s yearbook, spending vast hours in the darkroom developing films and prints. Lillie went on to graduate in New York with a degree in photojournalism and became a photojournalist. She is now one of the UK’s prominent lifestyle photographers and provides daily tuition and courses for every age group and level of expertise. Her aim is to introduce fun photography for children and teenagers providing a foundation for the next generation of photographers.

BA Photojournalism (Ithaca, NY), First Aid Certification, Enhanced DBS, Safeguarding Certification & Approved Assessor for DofE Award


Andreja worked as a Teacher for over 10 years, before moving to London in 2016. The move also brought a shift in her profession. She got a Diploma in Photography from the Photography Institute UK and started her journey as a Freelance Photographer. She enjoys landscape and wildlife photography the most. She joined Sharp Shots Photo Club in 2020 combining her love for photography, with her passion for teaching.

First Aid Certification, Enhanced DBS, Safeguarding Certification & Approved Assessor for DofE Award

Mina (Manager W. Sussex Office)

Mina is an exceptional photographer and teacher. Mina has shot countless families, events and animals (even at Crufts!). A great people person who loves imparting her photography knowledge to the next generation. She is a fun, creative character who really connects with kids.

First Aid Certification, Enhanced DBS, Safeguarding Certification


Harriet is a lifestyle photographer who immensely enjoys teaching children the craft of photography. She has a degree in photography so knows her stuff! Her favourite part of teaching the after school clubs is watching the sparks fly as the children grasp the photographic theme and start clicking away!

BA Photography, First Aid Certification, Safeguarding Certification & Enhanced DBS


Daniel is head of commercial operations, he helps Lillie and the team strategise business direction, marketing and good with a mop and brush when needed.

Enhanced DBS

“Both my children have benefited from Lillie’s teaching, both through after school club sessions and independently run photography courses. Lillie has introduced them to a wide range of techniques, affording them enough confidence as photographers to contribute on a well known photography web site…” – G. Norman


“Olivia really enjoyed the course and has been truly inspired with photography! From the first part of the course that I sat in on it was so interesting to learn how a camera actually works. And the results were fabulous too – please thank Harriet for sending those through so promptly, Olivia was very proud of them. It was so nice to spend time with people for whom nothing was too much trouble – very refreshing and really valued.”


“My daughter came on your course at Treacle Gallery this afternoon and had a brilliant time. She said how lovely her “teacher” was (that term seems austere for such a friendly lady who instils such a sense of fun in photography!) …I was genuinely blown away with how brilliant my daughter’s photos were when she showed me tonight. How many times as parents have we said “oh that’s brilliant” when our child has brought home something from school and secretly not really meant it?! But today I was really astounded at what she’d been taught, the quality of her images …and how brimming with ideas and tips and enthusiasm she was.” –Claire