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.