Just a quick post to say I was delighted to receive a couple of Honourable Mentions recently at the 2016 International Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards attract thousands of entries from all over the world, and the standard is pretty impressive, so delighted to have had some of my work recognised.
I had two series of photographs which made the cut: my photographic essay on the incoming tide at Holkham Bay, Norfolk called “Softly She Creeps” was awarded an Honourable Mention in the Seascapes category, and my series of photographs “Distant Peaks” taken at the Chalke Valley History Festival last summer, received an Honourable Mention in the Open category.
Congrats all round to the winners and placed finalists, who put together some pretty fabulous work. You can see more of their work here.