For People with Down's Syndrome : My Perspective 2016

HUGE thanks to everyone who entered this year’s My Perspective competition.

We have received entries from across the world and are so excited by the stunning images entered!

As always, deciding on our shortlisted 25 was an incredibly tough job but we are pleased to announce the following images have been shortlisted for this year’s My Perspective Awards:

  • Tenzin Andrews, The Netherlands – Blote Billen
  • Alex Auld, UK – Woodland Path
  • Carlos Biggemann, New Zealand – Colours of Fire
  • Emily Buck, UK – Reflection
  • Konstantina Chamalidou, Greece – The Park
  • David Cormack, UK – Winter Sheep
  • Rory Davies, UK – Narnia
  • Christopher Diedo, UK – Shadow Beach
  • Gabriel Dodds, UK – Dartmoor 2
  • Alex Dodson, UK – West Bay Cliff
  • Lucie Fickling, UK – My Favourite Colour
  • Daniel Geeson, UK – Sun Through the Trees
  • Claude Gonsalves, UK – Paint Fun 3
  • Klay Green, UK – Sunny Afternoon
  • Daniel Harrison, UK – Spring Time
  • Kosmas Karikas, Greece – View
  • Ben Larkin, UK – Bumpy Tree
  • Hubert Lawless, UK – Secret Pond
  • Stephen Lucas, UK – Grizzly Bear
  • Maria Mantzolopoulou, Greece – Cycle
  • Steven Padmore, UK – Raindrops on my Window
  • Edward Phippen, UK – Derwent Water
  • Gabrielle Shann, UK – Flowers
  • Harry Smale, Channel Islands – Bella Landscape
  • Gordon Stewart, UK – Norweigian Fjords

The My Perspective 2016 finalists

The shortlist is now with our panel of expert judges and the winners will be announced at an exclusive awards ceremony on Thursday 16 June at Kew Gardens.

Prizes will be awarded to the winner and 2 runners up with all shortlisted entries receiving special highly commended prizes.

All entrants will be receiving a certificate of entry shortly.

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Here are the winners from 2015:

David Kenward was announced as the overall winner of My Perspective 2015.  His photo is called Misty Minster:

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David said: “I love taking photos.  It makes me happy. I like it when people like my photos”

David described his photo: “This is York Minster taken on a foggy, snowy morning.  It is a mysterious, moody picture.”

David has been featured in an article in the Royal Photographic Society Journal.  You can see the article here: MY FAVOURITE CAMERA

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