Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award 2019

Website: https://rebeccavassietrust.org/award2019/

The third annual Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award is now open for entries. The award offers a £2000 bursary for a professional photographer to undertake a narrative photography project in 2019. In addition to the bursary the winner will receive Twenty 12×16 premier prints of the work from Metro Imaging plus lab tour and portfolio review with creative director Steve McLeod, Support from the Trust throughout the project, and promotion of your work through our online channels, Travel expenses (within the UK) for project meetings in London with the Trust and Metro Imaging and ◦Membership of Shutter Hub. The award is open to early-to-mid career photographers in or from the UK, who are working professionally but not yet earning a full living from this kind of photography. Please note this award is not open to current undergraduates, or full-time students on any course.

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Expires: October 19, 2018


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