Professional Photography Course Mentors

Professional Photography Course Mentors

NYIP is the only online photography school that provides you with a team of professional photographers who act as your teachers, coaches, and mentors. You will benefit from a personal relationship just like you would get in the classroom. NYIP mentors are there to answer your questions via phone or email at every turn.

In addition, you will submit photo projects throughout the course which will be evaluated by the teacher assigned to you. They are there to help you improve as you master the craft.

  • Chris Corradino

    Chris Corradino

    A successful NYIP graduate with his own travel photography business, Chris Corradino is the lead student advisor and faculty director of NYIP. A licensed photography teacher, Chris provides instruction and guidance to students at all levels of experience. His images have been published in USA Today, National Geographic Online, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press.

  • Philip Mauro

    Philip Mauro

    Brooklyn-based photographer Philip Mauro specializes in portraits for corporate, ad and editorial clients. His clients include Chanel, Apple, Carolina Herrera and the artist Damien Hirst, among others.

  • Patrick Donehue

    Patrick Donehue

    A photo industry veteran, photographer, consultant and educator, Patrick Donehue is one of the most admired people in the photo industry today. Jonathan Klein, Cofounder and CEO of Getty Images put it best, “Patrick’s love of photography combined with his strong understanding of what is required to succeed in business has added considerable value to Getty Images and others for over 25 years.”

  • Michael Prince

    Michael Prince

    Michael Prince is one of the most sought after commercial photographers working today. Michael’s clients include AT&T, Bank of America, Four Seasons Hotels, GE, General Motors, Google, Intel, John Hancock, Merck, Pfizer, T-Mobile, Toshiba, Toyota and Verizon among others. His unique portrait technique, honed over twenty years of shooting, provides stunning visual examples for NYIP students.