Founded in 2011, and now onto it’s 4th year, Peaches & Cream was initiated by Millennium Images director Jason Shenai in collaboration with Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery, with the aim of discovering and rewarding the best emerging photographers who grasp the art of storytelling through their lens and thus provoking thoughts and emotions.
The competition opens today to anyone and everyone around the globe to submit their photography work, which will be judged by highly esteemed experts from the photography and publishing industry: Richard Kalman, owner of Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery; Richard Evans, art director at Atlantic Books; Jason Shenai, owner of Millennium Images; Jonathan Blyth, co-founder and creative director of Fotonow; Federica Landi, manager of Milim Gallery.
The 11 best pieces will be shortlisted and exhibited at DreamSpace Gallery in October 2014 where the winners will be announced.
In a time where many young creatives are struggling for work, this competition offers an incredible platform for photography and really great prizes for the taking:
-£1000 Cash Prize
-£250 Graduate Award
-Three-year contract with Millennium Images
-Exhibition at DreamSpace Gallery in October 2014
-Printing and mentoring session at Metro Imaging
-Portfolio binding at the Wyvern Bindery
Submission date closes on 22nd July 2014 and you can submit 3-10 images to tell your story. The entry cost will be £15 for entries submitted before the 14th July and £25 for submissions made after this date. You can enter the competition here