The staff of Edinburgh College Photography dept are pleased to announce that Magnum and LensCulture have chosen Gareth Bragdon as one of the finalists in the 2016 Awards. Gareth is currently studying for a BA in Professional Photography at Edinburgh College.
An International jury made up from Martin Parr (photographer), David Kogan (executive director Magnum), Stacey Baker (photo editor New York Times) et al, have chosen Gareth as one of the 44 finalist winners in the annual Magnum Photography Awards. Entries came from 127 countries. These chosen top photographers are considered as some of the best in 2016.
To view the submission click here
More about the Awards and winners can be viewed here.
Gareth is no stranger to winning awards as last year he was awarded 3rd place in the Single Image category of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards.
Photo (c) Gareth Bragdon
He and his brother Gavin (aka The Bragdon Brothers) will be leading a workshop in Street Photography as part of the Venice Carnival.
The workshop will be held in Venice, at Xframe Studio (www.xframestudio.com) on February 24th, 25th and 26th 2017 from 9.30 A.M. till 6.30 P.M (7 1/2 hours per day).
The total price for subscription is € 280,00. The rate doesn't include food, transportation or accomodation expenses.
Special offer: 20% discount will be refunded to the first two participants at the end of the workshop.
"When we first saw the work of the Bragdon brothers, we immediately thought they would be perfect for the challenge of holding a workshop to showcase a different side of Venice. They are exceptional street photographers, their view is never banal and digs deep into the details and essence of the subjects they photograph".
(Francesca Lanaro and Federico Sutera)
More details can be found about The Bragdon Brothers and the Venice Carnival Workshop on this Event page