EIZO ColorEdge — EIZO Award

EIZO Award

Entry has now closed for the EIZO 2018 award.

Thank you to everyone who entered. We are delighted to announce that the judges, Miles Aldridge, Simon Roberts and John Ross have chosen the three lucky winners!

Annabel Lake
Lauren Fearn
Irene Mendez-Cruz

Congratulations to you all - we wish you every success at your work placements this summer.

Keep any eye out for news on next years award here...

The Prizes

There are 3 prizes to be awarded.

A placement with:
Miles Aldridge + EIZO ColorEdge professional monitor
Simon Roberts + EIZO ColorEdge professional monitor
John Ross + EIZO ColorEdge professional monitor

Miles Aldridge

Miles Aldridge was born in London in 1964. He studied at Central St. Martins and after graduating worked briefly as an illustrator before coming to photography. His photographs have appeared in museum and gallery exhibitions worldwide including in 2013 a major retrospective of his work entitled I Only Want You to Love Me 2013 at Somerset House. In 2014 he was invited by Tate Britain to create a photographic installation entitled Carousel as a response to Mark Gertler’s unsettling 1916 painting, Merry-go-Round. He has works in the permanent collection of The National Portrait Gallery, London, The V&A, London and the ICP, New York.

Simon Roberts

Simon Roberts (1974) is a British photographic artist whose work deals with our relationship to landscape and notions of identity and belonging. Often employing expansive tableaux photographs, his approach is one of creating wide-ranging surveys of our time, which examine contemporary economic, cultural and political landscapes. His photographs are taken with great technical precision, from elevated positions. The distanced vantage point allows the relationship of individual bodies and groups to the landscape to be clearly observed, and echoes the visual language of history painting.

John Ross

A highly regarded commercial photographer. Ross currently works from a studio in Battersea, which he also runs as multi-complex commercial studio space. He has received many photography awards including D&AD, AOP and Creative Review Awards, in commercial work as well as personal project categories. His work continues to feature in numerous magazines and publications across the world. His recent high profile commercial projects include campaigns for Nike, Drambuie Whisky and Highland Spring Water.

Important information

To enter the EIZO Award your University or college must pre-register interest. If you are a tutor you can do this by emailing EIZOAward@peterandpaul.co.uk with the name of your University or college and title of your course. Students must request that tutors register their University before submitting work.

The EIZO Award will close on 27th April 2018 at 5pm, any submissions after this time will not be valid. Winners will be announced June 2018 with a placement during the summer of 2018.

Please download the brief and T&C's document for full brief, entry requirements and competition terms.

Student Award 2017 Previous winners and shortlist

The 2017 EIZO Award winner Joseph Clarkson, from Manchester School of Art won a placement with Rankin.

Joseph Clarkson
Manchester Metropolitan University

Alexandra Dunnett
University of Portsmouth

Amy Lindsdell
The Manchester Metropolitan University

Calum Stamper
Cleveland College of Art and Design

Chalis Visudharomn
Central Saint Martins

Cherie Carman
Norwich University of the Arts

Daniel Ariza
Manchester Metropolitan University

Ellie Jay Heatley
University of Central Lancashire

Giovanni Corabi
Central Saint Martins

Holly Spence
Manchester Metropolitan University

Jake Mac
Manchester School of Art

Kayleigh Hilton
University of Central Lancashire

Leissle and Sharkey

Lewis Jones
University of Central Lancashire

Liam Stock
Manchester School of Art

Liam Warnock
University of Central Lancashire

Luca Anzalone
Bournemouth University

Malgorzata Majdak
University of Central Lancashire

Mark Kent
University of Brighton

Megan Ellis
Leeds Beckett University

Molly Cara Albin
University of Central Lancashire

Natalie Bishop
University of Central Lancashire

Natalie Welham
Norwich University of the Arts

Rosie Gray Jones
Manchester Metropolitan University

Ruth Wedgbury
Manchester Metropolitan University

Scott Soley
Norwich University of the Arts

Sophie White
Manchester Metropolitan University

Tobias Mau

Zoe Patchett
Manchester Metropolitan University