My name is Eva Glasbeek and I am a 27 year old photo-/videographer based in Amsterdam. When I was 8 years old I got my first little digital camera. I started documenting basically everything around me from family holidays to friends who I forced to put on awful make-up and dresses for my “fashion magazine covers”. I still feel sorry for them till this day… Anyway, I couldn’t get enough of it and everytime I had a minute I would try out different things. I wasn’t necessarily great at the technical part of the camera but I sure had a vision. 

"If no one knows who you are, you won't get booked"

Where it all started

I started fantasizing about what it would be like to actually become a photo-/videographer in the real world but in 2015 I chose the “safe” option by starting a study called “communication systems, Multimedia & Design”, I am not even going to mention where I did this because it was an excuse of a study and I was completely underwhelmed by the lack of actual, up to date and real information about the creative industry. Since I had plenty of empty hours in my week I started creating my own work, building a network and basically selling myself anywhere I could to get photo/video jobs. 

When I was about 18 I dedicated hours and hours watching tutorials, trying different techniques, learning about marketing  and finding clients. Even when I started getting my first paid jobs (read: €50,- for an entire video) I often felt like I would never figure out how I could make this “hobby” my full-time job.

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The moment I realized
I had figured it out…


I wish I had a mentor at the time that would show me the exact steps to take when starting a creative business, especially since it was so hard to learn about the actual current creative-industry rather than old fashioned methods. After constantly asking myself questions to figure out what I wanted and how I wanted to achieve this: I had created a strategy. And trust me, I didn’t realize this at the time but looking back now I know that this strategy got me exactly where I am today.

See, being a photo-/videographer is so much more than just knowing how to work a camera. 65% of being a successful creative comes down to how you handle the business side of things. 


In 2019 I had finally created a bunch of portfolio-work and grown more confident. I finally knew what to do due to years of trial and error. I had changed my mindset, my technical skills and my outlook on the creative industry and it felt like everything finally clicked


I started working with well known social media influencers which led to being found by brands such as: Loavies, Hunkemoller, Láncome, Buffalo shoes, Warner Studio’s and many more. In 2020 I wrote and directed my first short film and above all: I was (and still am) making a living as a full time visual creative while traveling to the most beautiful places to shoot campaigns. 

“I’M  determined to teach you exactly how I made it happen”

I shared a lot of this journey online and I started to receive daily questions from like minded people such as: how did you find these clients? How much do you charge and how do you negotiate your prices?

I remember how lost I felt when I was starting out, how frustrating it was to know what I wanted but not knowing what steps I had to take to actually achieve my dreams of making a living off of my camera.

Now, in 2023 I have created an online platform & course that focuses on helping visual creatives like you start or up their game as a profitable and successful photo-/videographer in the current creative industry. It’s my mission to be that mentor that helps you grow as a person and as a photo-/videographer. I am going to guide you in finding your voice, vision and talent to then translate this into the real world through your camera with hands-on techniques . Honestly, I am so grateful you are here, investing in yourself and your dreams, look at you go!


“Everyone deserves to live the life they want and it would be my honor to help you get there.”