visual Storytelling workshops

with Tara Todras-Whitehill


BECOME a squad of powerful VISUAL storytellers

  • Does your team work on important issues?

  • Do you want your stories to create loyal brand ambassadors?

  • Are you frustrated that your stories on Instagram or Facebook aren't making a bigger impact?

  • Do you find it hard to decide on which visuals to use in order to maximize engagement?

  • Get connected to your audience! It’s time your work made a bigger impact!


The NY Times, The Washington Post, Buzzfeed, the International Rescue Committee, UNICEF, the Associated Press and Reuters, among many others.


Prices start at $7,000 for a full-day workshop (remote or in-person), depending on your needs and size of your team.

I want to make sure you get maximum impact for your time. Let’s figure out what will best suit you and your organization.

I create exclusive bespoke workshops for companies and non-profits

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We will create a 1 or 2-day workshop for your team

which can include sessions on:

  • Learning photo and video techniques relevant to your organization's needs

  • Aligning your storytelling with your organization's mission and values

  • Getting authentic stories by applying journalist ethics

  • Identifying, planning and shooting the elements of a visual story

  • Creating evergreen content that you and your team can continue to use

  • Learning Facebook and Instagram skills that can easily integrate into your team’s workflow

  • Scheduling your organization’s stories on the right mediums

  • Analyzing your needs and planning the best way to reach your audience

  • Preparing and coordinating for shoot days, either in the field or at the office

my Story

Hi, my name is Tara Todras-Whitehill

I’m an award-winning visual storyteller and communications consultant.

When I was 28 years old, I moved to the Middle East to become a photojournalist. I landed in Beirut on February 14th, 2005. Ten hours later, a massive car bomb went off and killed the former Lebanese minister Rafik Hariri. Right then, I had to make a decision: Run toward the massive explosion or run away. I ran toward it. I took a lot of pics at the scene of the bombing, but I couldn't sell even one photo to the news agencies. Why? I had a couple of good images of the attack, BUT I didn’t know how to tell the whole story of what was happening around me. That was 15 years ago. During my career I have been a staff photographer for the largest wire service in the world, run my own communications agency and worked with the top NGOs and news outlets -- I know what makes a good visual story.

And now I want to help YOU elevate your storytelling chops.


Still have questions? Set up a 30 minute consultation

to discuss what is right for you and your team