AOP award winners announced

This year’s Association of Photography Award-winners include Golds for Simon Norfolk and Jeroen Hofman

This year’s Association of Photography Award-winners include Golds for Simon Norfolk and Jeroen Hofman

Simon Norfolk won Gold in the Non-Commissioned Project category for Burke + Norfolk in which he juxtaposes his own images from the present day with John Burke’s shots of Afghans and British soldiers from the nineteenth century emphasising the fact that, when it comes to Western involvement in the country, we’ve been here before.

 

The other Gold winner this year was Jeroen Hofman in the Commissioned Editorial Single category with this shot

 

Category winners include Julia Fullerton-Batten for Advertising Series

 

Robert Wilson for Editorial Series

 

Wendy Carrig in Non-Commissioned Portrait Single

 

And Jim Naughten in Non-Commissioned Portrait Series

 

All the winners can be viewed here

 

 

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