Who will be judging your images this year? We reveal the 2023 Sony World Photography Awards jury
Anthony Gerace is a London-based photographer and visual artisit. We featured his series 'People Living' on the World Photography Organisation Instagram account.
"My work explores themes where the personal and the political intersect, including individual and collective memory and identity, the state of the world and the neighborhood where I live."
"The idea was the images would blend into the urban landscape, not jump out at you, so I took the background colours from colour averages of the local buildings."
Based in Atlanta, New York and Hong Kong, Tyson Wheatley is a strategist, director and photographer with a decade of experience working in social media and journalism.
The judges for the 10th anniversary of the world’s largest photography competition, the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards, have been announced.
Amy Yenkin the Director of the Documentary Photography Project, and Siobhan Riordan, the exhibition associate, talks to Blink’s Laurence Cornet about the 'Moving Walls'.
Have 5 to 10 single images you reckon could scoop the top prize of $25,000?
Sony World Photography Awards 2023 is open for entries!