I am pleased to announce today another big competition success - this time my image of Dundee has made it all the way to the final round of Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition this year and was Commended in the Urban category.
I am pleased to announce that one of my images made it all the way to the final round of Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition again this year and was Commended in the Urban category.
Yesterday saw the annual Viking Studios Portfolio Competition at Dundee Photographic Society of which I am a member and have been for a number of years.
Eagle eyed folk will have spotted my image from the weekend of the Tay Rail Bridge featured in tonight’s Evening Telegraph as part of the article about Dundee Photographic Society.
Yesterday saw the launch of my first solo exhibition, ‘Discovering Dundee’, at the University of Dundee showcasing images of my home city, Dundee. The Tower Foyer Gallery has on display a selection of large-scale photographs of some of the city’s most iconic landscapes and will be welcoming the thousands of visitors who will be on campus for the University’s Graduation ceremonies.
Most of you will be aware of my recent (and continued!) success recently in several of the competitions I have entered. One that I entered recently was the Dundee Photographer of the Year competition, also known as the Annual Photographic Competition (this year being the 44th).