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Expand My World launches with Travel Photography course by Richard I’Anson

Be one of the first to gain exclusive access to Richard I’Anson’s first online course. 

Expand My World is an online learning portal that connects users directly to the minds of those at the absolute pinnacle of their craft. Students learn from world class professionals, visionaries and masters of their field.

The site officially launches this week, kicking off with a 21 session course on Travel Photography taught by Canon Master, Richard I’Anson. Richard is the author of Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography, was one of five photographers to be featured in the award winning series Tales by Light, originally broadcast on National Geographic TV and now screening globally on Netflix and will also be broadcast on Channel 10 on Sunday. Richard has also published 13 books in association with Lonely Planet.

The Travel Photography course is for enthusiast photographers, people who want to get better images from their camera and also people interested in a career in travel photography. Richard will open the vault on all he has learnt during his highly successful career which spans more than 35 years. This is an opportunity for students to experience his journey from one photograph to the next, learn his philosophies and gain valuable insights into exactly how he works his craft. Richard’s course is available now for USD$259 at

Each class will include 4-5 hours of video lessons broken down into 20 easy to follow sessions, interactive assignments and access to a community where you can get valuable feedback from experts and also key insights from the masters themselves. The learning materials are available ‘on-demand’ meaning students can log on from anywhere and learn at their own pace.

Expand My World is the brainchild of Alana Stocks, founder of award-winning digital agency, Circul8. Alana says of the new business venture, “Education is evolving and people crave inspiring and quality resources that they can access from anywhere. Expand My World gives all students no matter where they are in the world the opportunity to learn from world-class visionaries who are living the life they want to lead in careers they’re passionate about.

“To launch Expand My World with Richard I’Anson as our first mentor is extremely exciting and it paves the way for what’s to come from the platform.”

Richard says of his involvement “To be able to share my knowledge, experience and favourite images with people all over the world who are keen to improve their own photography through my online course is extremely rewarding, I really do enjoy helping people become better photographers.”

Travel Photography is just the first cab off the rank for Expand My World, with many other insightful and exceptional mentors and courses to come. Watch this space as the platform continues to grow, inviting people to ignite their passions and learn from world class professionals from the comfort of their own homes, on their own schedules.

Enrolments are now open for Richard’s course for USD$259 at 

Expand My World is offering a 40% discount off Richard’s Travel Photography course until 21 August 2018. Enrolments must be made via the Expand My World website and using the promo code LAUNCH40 at checkout.




Greenpeace & Circul8 Generate One Million Reasons to Save the Great Barrier Reef

Digital agency Circul8 has kicked off a campaign of a million reasons to save the Great Barrier Reef.

The campaign for Greenpeace Australia Pacific, highlights the personal motivations of everyday Australians, to save the world famous reef, which is threatened by mining industry plans to build nine mega coal ports in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage listed region.

Circul8’s campaign which, coincides with the first Australian tour of the Rainbow Warrior 111, is centered around the Save the Reef website and social channels, The websites aggregates reef-related experiences and imagery from various social channels and the wider internet, the objective is combine user generated reasons with the aggregated content to produce 1 million reasons to save the reef. Each reason is sent via email to the minister for the environment Tony Burke.

Read the full article in B&T

Protect the great barrier reef for our children

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Save the Reef

The latest campaign from Greenpeace Australia, highlights reasons to save our world famous reef from being turned into a shipping highway serviced by nine mega coal ports.

Based around the Save the Reef website, which uses Google, Facebook & Twitter to aggregate reef-related images using hashtags, and asks users to upload their own reasons as an image or text.

Each reasons is displayed on the website and shared in social media, it’s also sent to the Minister for the Environment Tony Burke, via email in a direct attempt to show the government that there is NO public support for the nine mega coal ports planned for the world heritage area.

The campaign supports the first Australian visit of the Rainbow Warrior 3 a feature of earlier campaigns by Circul8 for Greenpeace International.

Read the Full article in Australian Creative  –

Protect the great barrier reef for our children