I’m delighted to be a Winner at the 14th International Colour Awards with five images being selected in total.
Chosen from 6,109 entries from 73 countries, the awards represent contemporary colour photography at its finest, shining a spotlight on the best photographers worldwide.
The images selected were taken from two personal projects that I photographed during the second lockdown; “Flexible Working Spaces” and “Clash of the Tash”. Rather than focusing on what we had lost due to the pandemic I wanted to capture what was now our new normal, in a positive light, celebrating our human ingenuity and our ability to adapt.
Like the rest of my work the images are playful and colourful, capturing unique moments in time in a positive and fun way.
Honorable Mention in People | Flexible Working Spaces, Garden
Nominee in People | Clash of the Tash
Nominee in People | Flexible Work Spaces, Living-Room
Nominee in People | Flexible Working Spaces, Kitchen
Nominee in People | Flexible Working Spaces, Pool
The judges included: Bonhams, New York; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; The Art Channel, London; Netflix, Los Angeles; Koller Auctions, Zurich; Preus Museum, Norway; Cramer Mitterrand Art Advisory, Geneva; Fila, New York; Calvin Klein, Netherlands; Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg; NBC Universal, New York; Feldbusch Weisner Rudolph Galerie, Berlin; Newsweek, New York; and Ridley Scott Associates/RSA Films, London.