CR Photography Annual Party 2015

To launch the CR Photography Annual 2015, our showcase of the finest commercial photography of the last year, we held a private view last night at the Design Museum in London, with this year’s Best in Book winners on show…

Congratulations to all those included in the CR Photography Annual 2015 and to our Best in Book winners!

And thank you everyone who entered work across the categories of advertising/marketing, fashion, CGI/retouching, stock photography, personal/non-published, editorial/books, and student photographer.

As ever, there was some truly outstanding images entered, so check out all of the shortlisted work inside the issue officially out next week.

CR Photography Annual 2015 party
CR Photography Annual 2015 party (Photo shown by Gian Paul Lozza)
CR Photography Annual 2015 party
CR Photography Annual 2015 party
CR Photography Annual 2015 party
CR Photography Annual 2015 party (Photos shown by Oliver Eglin)

This years Best in Book winners are Gian Paul Lozza for Adidas Terrex Collection (commissioned by Millhaus), Paul Fosbury for Urban Fisherman (commissioned by Far East Business Services), Kirsten Luce for Border Lines (commissioned by Bloomberg Businessweek), and two Best in Book from our new Student category ­– Oliver Eglin for We Live As We Dream (RCA) and Andy Pilsbury for Tabula Rase (Birmingham City Uni).

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The cover images, also included inside as part of the CR Photography Annual 2015, are from the Foot Soldiers series by Christopher Griffith for the New York Times Magazine

This year’s judges were were Paul Cohen, creative director at Adam&EveDDB, Mark Elwood, founding partner and creative director at 101, Tom Lancaster, senior digital creative manager at Topman, Jonathan Ellery, founder of Browns, Greg Hobson, curator of photography at the National Media Museum, and Shaz Madani, designer, creative director at Riposte magazine, and Paul Pensom, art director for Creative Review.

Congratulations to all those included in the CR Photography Annual 2015 and to our Best in Book winners, and thank you everyone who entered work across the categories of advertising/marketing, fashion, CGI/retouching, stock photography, personal/non-published, editorial/books, and student photographer. As ever, there was some truly outstanding images entered, so check out all of the shortlisted work in the issue officially out next week.
CR Photography Annual 2015 party (photo shown on left by Paul Fosbury)
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CR Photography Annual 2015 trophies by EFX

We’d like to thank all of this year’s Photography Annual sponsors – BMA Models, Jamie Stephens Represents, Munrostudios, Shadowplay, and Smoke & Mirrors. And many thanks to the Design Museum for hosting the party, Estrella Damm for the beer, Belu for the water, Metro Imaging for the printing and production, EFX for the trophies, Thames & Hudson for the student prizes, and Supreme Creations for the tote bags.

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CR Photography Annual 2015 tote bags by Supreme Creations

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