British Journal of Photography- Portrait of Britain 2019

The  British Journal of Photography Presents Portrait of Britain 2019.

I’m delighted to have my portrait of Norwich Blogger and stylist Karen James Welton (aka The Fabulous Miss K) selected to be part of the British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain 2019. Selected as a winning image from thousands of entries, Karens portrait joins an exhibition of 100 Portraits which is now live on public screens across the country until the end of September. Portrait of Britain is described as the UK’s biggest exhibition of portraiture.

The work is being exhibited across JCDecaux’s nationwide screens, appearing in public places throughout the UK including highstreets, bus stops, rail stations, shopping centres and airports. The 100 winning images join a further 100 shortlisted images to create a Portrait of Britain Vol 2 photobook, published by Hoxton Mini Press and is available direct form the publisher or via Amazon.

You can read a few thoughts behind this image and some of the other winning/short listed images over on The Shutterhub Blog If you do see this image on the screens I’d love it if you could take a picture and send it to me. The full exhibition is also online if you’d like a look through all the winning and shortlisted entries. 

I also had work selected to be in Portrait of Britain 2017, which you can take a look at here.

Thanks to Karen for this portrait session. I was testing out some ideas for what I hope will lead to a new project. More images from this photoshoot to come. Karen is represented by Crumb Agency.

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