EIZO Student Award 2018 Winners announced
Entries for this year's EIZO Student Photography Awards have been incredible this year - thank you so much to everyone that entered. We really have been blown away by some of the talent that's out there.
Thankfully we had our three judges, some of the best photographers in the industry, to help us to make a decision on the best submissions! The winners of the 2018 EIZO Award are:
Annabel Lake from Central St. Martins University - chosen by Miles Aldridge
Irene Mendez Cruz from Falmouth University - chosen by Simon Roberts
Lauren Fearn from Falmouth University - chosen by John Ross
Annabel Lake's 'Red Dancing Shoes' is an emotional project showcasing her grandmother's strength to put on her favourite red dress and dancing shoes after the passing of her husband and dancing partner.
Irene Mendez Cruz's work is an original study of the amazing and rarely documented Atlantic Portuguese Man O'War underwater species. Irene aims to challenge her audience to look at the species through a different, more positive lens.
Lauren Fearn's 'Excavated Topographies' focuses on coastal cliff formations and uses various methods to construct an artificial topography. The project symbolises the human desire to interfere with and develop the landscape around us.
Each of the three winners will be awarded with an EIZO ColorEdge monitor to help them with their work, as well as a placement with the photography judges during the summer.
We can't wait to see what the 2019 EIZO Awards will bring!
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