Nikki Olivier Photography

Home to Australian Seascape and ICM Photographys. Offering photography workshops, creative retreats, personal mentoring and fine art prints. 

Serene and magical coastal impressions from australia.

A unique collection, captured using intentional camera movement (ICM photography). Forming fluidity and motion whilst fusing light, colour and contrast, creating painterly and impressionist images. 

New Workshops 2024

ICM Photography Workshops

Master the magic of ICM photography with Nikki Olivier..


Broaden your understanding of intentional camera movement, develop your technique, refine your style and allow your creativity to flourish.

Our 1 day workshops are ideal for anyone who has an interest in creative seascape photography, whether you are new to ICM photography, wish to advance your skills, or just spend time with like minded creative photographers, Nikki will tailor the day to suit the needs of everyone who attends

Private 1-2-1 Tuition


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Private 1-2-1 Tuition


Learn how to master the magic of ICM photography, broaden your creative vision whilst developing a deeper understanding of how different techniques and the freedom of movement can create beautiful and completely unique impressionist images. 

Available in person and online via zoom.

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Fine Art Prints

“You don’t make a photograph just with the camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”

Ansel Adams