Photography Competition 2015

 

We are pleased to announce that the winner of the St Cross Photography Competition 2015 is DPhil student Anthony Cheung for his photograph '1915'.

 

1915  anthony cheung

'1915', George Street, Oxford | Anthony Cheung (DPhil Medical Sciences)

 

The theme of the competition was ‘Contradictions and Contrasts’, and the judging was carried out by the St Cross College Art Committee by a voting system, taking into account the photographers' technical skill and how well the theme was applied.

Anthony will be awarded a bottle of champagne and his entry will be displayed at Fred’s Lunch on Saturday 21 March, along with the other commended images, and will also feature in this year's Crossword. Fred’s Lunch is the celebratory Alumni Association lunch held by the College each year.

This year, five photographs were awarded 'Highly Commended':

 

architectural contradictions tokyo  laura haapio kirk

Architectural Contradictions', Tokyo | Laura Haapio-Kirk (MSc Visual Anthropology, 2010)

 

the five in snow

'The Five in Snow', Broad Street, Oxford | Anthony Cheung

 

man in brasenose lane

'Man in Brasenose Lane', Oxford | Anthony Cheung (DPhil Medical Sciences)

 

The Resident of the Atomic Bomb Dome

'The Resident of the Atomic Bomb Dome. Hiroshima, Japan, 2014' | Kitty Wheater (DPhil Anthropology)

 

fir tree on a spider thread kyoto japan

'Fir Tree on a Spider Thread. Kyoto, Japan, 2014' | Kitty Wheater (DPhil Anthropology)

 

 

Ella Bedrock

Friday 13 March 2015

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