The lecturing team at EOS Training Academy comprises four experienced and technically-minded tutors. All have worked for Canon for a significant part of their careers and know the EOS system inside-out.

Being teachers foremost and photographers second, you'll learn from each member of the team how your camera works, what settings you need to achieve the images you want to create. You'll learn the skills to develop your own style and to improve your success rate.


Nina Bailey portraitNina is the Technical Editor of EOS magazine and author of over 30 eBooks dedicated to Canon EOS cameras. As well as training EOS photographers for more than 25 years, she has written and directed a range of DVDs all about EOS cameras. Prior to founding EOS Training Academy Nina worked at Canon UK for almost ten years, where she was responsible for training.   Brian Hall portraitA keen photographer from an early age, Brian has a wealth of experience with Canon products working first for Canon’s UK distributor and then being instrumental in setting up and running Canon UK’s photo division in 1982. Brian joined with Nina in 2000 and together they have developed EOS Training Academy.

Brian Worley portraitBrian joined Canon Europe in 1995 to lead the introduction of new digital cameras and imaging products. For most of his time at Canon he was the European Product Manager for photo products. Brian left Canon in 2010 and now devotes his energy to sharing his knowledge and training professional and non-professional photographers.   Ian McNeill portraitIan has worked in both the photo and photo finishing industry throughout his career, with several years spent at Canon UK. His vast technical knowledge on the hardware, software and post-processing techniques is second-to-none. He delivers this knowledge in a succinct and comprehensible way, whatever your level of camera or computer skills.