Kevin Chamberlain Photography | NSW Commercial Photography Awards Success in 2018

NSW Commercial Photography Awards Success in 2018

May 06, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

A few weeks ago I attended the the NSW Professional Photography Awards which were held in Canberra this year.  As a "new" judge (definitely on P Plates) it was very exciting and I was blown away by the amazing talented photographers we have in NSW and ACT.  Sue and I were also thrilled to be "Runner up" in the NSW Professional Commercial Photographer of the Year category after submitting 4 entries into the "Commissioned Commercial" Section. We submitted commercial architectural images selected from various commercial jobs we've shot in the last two years. We picked up one Silver Distinction award and three solid silver awards. Whilst we didn't win the category again this year, Runner Up is still special for us as it confirms our standards are still very high and very consistent. This result means in the past 6 years we have won the category twice and also finished finalist or runner up three times (we didn't enter in 2016).

Congratulations to all the winners on the night - your images are fantastic! A huge thank you to everyone at the AIPP (especially the volunteers), the sponsors and last but not least, Pixel Perfect who printed our beautiful Fuji Flex prints.

Thanks also and especially to my wonderful clients who booked me for these wonderful jobs - in order:

  • Schindler Australia - Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Melbourne
  • BKH Group -  Wynyard Walkway
  • Fund Operations Network - Westin Hotel
  • Australian Logistics Council - ICC Sydney Stairwell

If you'd like to have a look at our images, please go to http://www.kevinchamberlain.com.au/awards

Kevin Chamberlain wins 1 Silver Distinction award and 3 Silver awards as 1 of 3 Finalists in the 2018 NSW AIPP Commercial Photography Award2018 NSW AIPP Commercial Photography AwardSydney Commercial Photographer's Professional Photography Award Winning Entries


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