Who am I?
& Registered Social Worker
In August 2020 we relocated to the Lindsay area & in the summer of 2021 we built the Studio!
Indoor and Outdoor Studio Sessions NOW Available!
I am a self-educated photographer and a formally trained and experienced “People Person”.
I treat my camera as if it’s an extension of my body. Aside from fun, basic survival stuff and spending time with family and close friends, there is little I love more than taking pictures of people, All people.
I am aware of my strengths and limitations and offer transparency throughout the process for every client. If I am unable to achieve what you are looking for I can recommend other more experienced photographers.
It is my hope that even the most camera shy people will be at ease with my Social Worker Style of Photography.
I enjoy the photographic process from start to finish, get great pleasure out of the final image and hope you will too.
In my other life, I am University educated in Social Work; with a focus on Anti-Oppressive Practice with a minor in Psychology. I became a Registered Social Worker in 2006 and spent my career (2006-2020) working intensely with Children Youth and Families to ensure that children were safe from harm and had permanence in their lives.
I spent the last decade focusing my professional interest on newborns and their families and am comfortable working with and support all populations including LGBTQ2S+ and Special Needs persons.
From pregnancy to end of life images, I do it all!
Amanda Ullius Photography acknowledges the following: My Studio/land function on and within the ancestral lands of the Mississauga Nishnaabeg, Haudenosaunee and Wendake-Nionwentsïo people. I recognize the importance of giving thanks and acknowledgement to the first people who historically welcomed my ancestors and aided in our survival. I am committed to anti-oppressive practice, learning and growth and continue my anti-colonial journey every day. I will never stop educating myself on the impact of my presence here and that of our government and the impact on Indigenous Nations.