18 January 2014
Industry news, Competitions
The winners of the Terry O’Neill Award have been announced at a ceremony held in London on 13 January 2014. They are:
1. Laura Boushnak – I Read I Write: Yemen-Access to Education (Portraiture)
2. Javier Arcenillas - Red Note (Reportage)
3. Claudia Moroni - Anima Animus (Portraiture)
Mobile Category (sponsorred by The Royal Photographic Society): Richard Gray - the person opposite (Portraiture)
The Chair of the judges, Jon Jones, Director of Photography, Sunday Times Magazine said: "The entries to the Award this year were impressive and the diverse themes, quality and maturity of the entries this year made the judging a real pleasure. It is satisfying to see the depth and diversity of talent the Award attracts"
Award judge Lord David Puttnam said: "The whole experience was terrific. I love the images we chose and I hope, when published, they have the same impact on others as they had on me."
The 2014 Award will launch at the Photography Show at Birmingham NEC: 2-5 March 2014. A Q & A panel of several of the judges will provide valuable insight and guidance to photographers planning to enter for 2014. Says Terry O’Neill: "I am delighted that all our judges for 2013 have committed to continue in this role for 2014; and excited that the 2014 Award will launch at The NEC Photography Show in March."
The Award judges are:
• Terry O’Neill
• Lord Puttnam, film-maker and advertising industry pioneer
• Aidan Sullivan, VP, Getty Images
• Nina Berman, Associate Professor Columbia University, New York
• Dr Michael Pritchard, Director-General, Royal Photography Society
• Bobbi Baker-Burrows, Director of Photography, Time-Life Books
• Victoria Broackes, Victoria and Albert Museum (Curator of the David Bowie Exhibition)
• Rosie Arnold, Deputy Executive Creative Director, Bartle, Bogle Hegarty Advertising
• Giles Maffett, Curator, Proud Gallery
• Steve Macleod, Director, Metro Imaging
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; and follow us on twitter @oneillaward.
Terry O’Neill is famous for photographing the frontline of fame for more than half a century, snapping icons such as Bridget Bardot, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, and most recently Nelson Mandela and the late Amy Winehouse.
Image: Laura Boushnak – I Read I Write: Yemen-Access to Education