Check out all the judges for past and present editions of the Sony World Photography Awards.
We're excited to reveal the judging panel for the Sony World Photography Awards 2022. From careers in editorial to academia, this year’s jury brings a range of knowledge and expertise from varied photographic backgrounds.
The seven individuals making up the Sony World Photography Awards 2021 judging panel were chosen for their credibility and diversity. Each a leading voice in their field, the jury brings an impressive range of knowledge.
Experts from across the photographic industry will come together to decide the best images entered into the 10th anniversary of the world's largest photography competition, the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.
The judges of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards have been drawn from across the photography industry. Find out who judged the Professional, Open, Youth, National Awards and Student Focus competitions.
The 2015 Honorary Jury was comprised of Oliver Schmitt, Matthew Leifheit, Xingxin Guo, Joanna Milter, Maria Pieri, Enrica Viganò, Sasha Erwitt, Jocelyn Bain Hogg and Sue Steward.
The Honorary Jury for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards was chaired by W.M. Hunt and was comprised of Guy Harrington, Ruth Eichhorn, Isabella Icoz, Matthew Pillsbury, Harry Hardie, Poorna Bell, Simon Barnett, Johanna Neurath, and Hannah Brenchley.
The 2013 Jury consisted of Catherine Chermayeff, Tim Paton, Brandei Estes, Francesca Sears, Chien-Chi Chang, Fiona Shields, Caroline Metcalfe, Monica Suder, Macduff Everton, Andrew Sanigar, Juana de Aizpuruand, and Edmund Clark.
Our 2012 Jury was chaired by W.M. – Bill - Hunt and consisted of Rebecca Lewis, Prabuddha Dasgupta, James Reid, Jon Jones, Jodi Bibier, Claudia Hinterseer, Michael Benson, Shizuka Yokomizo.