Judges begin shortlisting entries to NUA’s first Beyond the Frame photography competition
Judges are beginning the task of shortlisting photographs for NUA’s inaugural Beyond the Frame exhibition after receiving more than 170 competition entries.
The competition invited students in secondary schools or colleges to submit their work on the theme of “Environment” – whether conservation and wildlife, life and where they live, or fashion and culture.
Competition entries were received from across the country: from the Channel Islands to the Lake District.
The four-strong panel of judges – Tim Flach, Denisa Ilie, James Smith and Carol Sharp – have been impressed by the quality of the entries and are now shortlisting photographs for an exhibition at the university in April.
They will also choose an overall winning entry – with the winning photographer taking home a DSLR photography kit from Canon, and a runner up receiving a signed copy of Tim Flach’s latest book, Endangered.