Life Through the Lense of Christopher Diedo

Christopher Diedo says photos do the talking for him. His first major public exhibition was seen by more than 3,000 visitors at the Mick Jagger Centre in Dartford, and he’s since shown off his skills at various galleries in London – including at the OXO Tower – as well as taking his talent overseas, showcasing […]

Stunning image of the Seven Sisters by Norfolk photographer Emily Buck is winner of My Perspective 2018

Emily Buck has been announced as the overall winner of the Down’s Syndrome Association’s (DSA) international photographic competition, My Perspective 2018. Emily said of her winning image, Seven Sisters: “I like the contrast between the blue sky and the white cliffs and the different shapes of the beach and sea.” Emily also won the competition […]

My Perspective 2016 Winners Announced!

     The winner of our 2016 My Perspective photography competition was announced at a special ceremony held at Kew Gardens, London. Many congratulations to Emily Buck who won first prize with her stunning picture “Reflection”. Emily said of her beautiful photograph “When I went on my canal holiday and I saw this and thought […]

The Stephen Thomas Award

“Everyone at The Down’s Syndrome Association was deeply saddened to hear the news of the deaths of Stephen and David Thomas. Stephen was a very talented young man and a gifted photographer. His love of photography started when he was 8 years old. We were all delighted when Stephen’s beautiful image ‘Moraine Lake’ won ‘My […]

My Perspective 2015 – Winners Announced

David Kenward was announced as the overall winner of The Down’s Syndrome Association’s international photographic competition, My Perspective.  The awards ceremony took place in the glorious evening sunshine at the Orangery in Kew Gardens, London. David has been featured in an article in the Royal Photographic Society Journal.  You can see the article here: MY FAVOURITE CAMERA […]