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Color Awards Winner

Professional photographer Michelle Chaplow was presented with two Honourable Mentions and three Nominations at the 11th Annual International Color Awards.

Dear Michelle,
CONGRATULATIONS on being a Winner at the 11th Annual International Color Awards.

5,642 entries were received from 73 countries and your work received a high percentage of votes overall. Certainly an achievement, well done!

The Jury represented the industry’s biggest names and tastemakers including Christie’s, Paris; Grey Group, New York; The Art Channel, London; Ogilvy & Mather, Amsterdam; Publicis Conseil, Paris; Preus Museum, Norway; Art Beatus, Hong Kong; Netflix, Los Angeles; Whitechapel Gallery, London; and Phillips, New York who reviewed the entries online before making their nominations and honoring 709 title awards and 730 nominees in 33 categories. The Awards could not have wished for a better group of professionals to work with.

Congratulations once again, we wish you a most successful photography year.

Basil O’Brien
Creative Director

Honorable Mention
Sun drying
Category: Still Life

Honorable Mention Sun drying Category: Still Life

Sun drying

Honorable Mention
The Birthday Party
Category: People

The Birthday Party

The Birthday Party


Nomination
Walking on thistles
Category: Fine Art

Nominated Professional Fine Art

Walking on Thistles

Nomination
Room with a view
Category: Architecture

Room with a view Category: Architecture

Room with a view

Nomination
Welcome
Category: Still Life

Welcome

Welcome


Color Awards Winner

“Photography is more popular than ever. Last year around 1.2 trillion pictures were taken. In this awards show we pay tribute to the top 0.0000000001% of them” said Juror Martijn van Marle, Chief Creative Officer at Ogilvy & Mather, Amsterdam. Joshua White, Presenter and Producer on The Art Channel, London added “Judging this year’s submissions for the Color Awards was challenging. The winning images illustrate the continuing importance of photography as a way of seeing the world around us and understanding human experience.”