I am currently featured on the Shotkit website as an invited photographer. I was required to photograph the contents of my camera bag … bags! I spent a day arranging my equipment and then photographing me in the middle.
Shotkit is a resource website providing likeminded photographers with interesting and useful information regarding the best photographers in the world. Shotkit encourages other photographers to enquire about anything from photographic equipment to tips on running a photography business. Shotkit has become a valuable resource to learn from some truly amazing photographers.
Shotkit is all about inspiring, teaching and supporting photographers from around the world to become their better at art and in their business.
I was a winner at the 13th Annual “International Color Awards” Nomination & Winners Photoshow, streamed on Saturday 14th March 2020.
I received an honourable mention in the “Abstract” category for my architectural photo of the ceiling in the ICON Outlet at the O2, an honourable mention in the “Silhouette” category for my photo of a Red Cross volunteer behind a flag, and four nomination titles for the categories of “Abstract”, “Children of the World”, “People” and “Still Life”.
I am the longest serving and volunteering photographer for the British Red Cross. I have photographed everything from disaster relief to Royal events. They are, and always will be, the organisation that I most enjoy working with.
The work that I have witnessed has been amazing and the people that I have worked are incredible. The British Red Cross is always on standby to help with UK emergencies and the coronavirus, is no exception.
The live online gala is now the worlds most watched photo show with over 15,000 photographers around the globe participating.
INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS is the leading global award honouring excellence in colour photography. Now in its 13th year, this celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and amateur photographers worldwide and honours the finest images with the highest achievements in colour photography. www.colorawards.com
I have been shortlisted for the prestigious British Photography Awards in two categories, to be announced at a glitzy black tie event on the 4th of February at the Savoy in London.
The BPA run an open, responsible competition aimed at celebrating photographic talent from all British and British-based photographers. They work with a range of UK charities to operate a non-profit competition cashflow and they keep this completely ring-fenced from the rest of the business finance. This is integral to their model. Together they aim to use the massive power of photography to do real good in the world.
Both my pictures are in support of “Surfers Against Sewage” which is a marine conservation charity working with communities to protect oceans, beaches and marine life.
The awards accept a broad range of work from different disciplines and from all over the world. It is independently judged by some of the most respected names in British photography.
My photograph of the “Boy from the crowd” for “International Alert” in Liberia, featured on 2 lists of the “best published photos of 2019”. There is an incredible set of 50 photographs in each compilation with photos ranging from Greta Thunberg to the International Space Station in front of the sun.
“My Modern Met” was formed in May, 2008 to create a place that celebrates creativity by showcasing the best sides of humanity – from the light-hearted and fun to the thought-provoking and enlightening.
New Atlas has been celebrating innovation and human endeavour since their launch in March 2002. It is now one of the world’s largest Independent science and technology publications that report on extraordinary ideas and human achievements that are moving the world forward.
Congratulations to all the photographers and especially to the Siena International Photography Awards for the number of their prize-winning photos that were featured in the list.