Family Portrait Awards Winners 2017

Here are our regional winners in the Family Portrait Awards competition 2017.   From top to bottom, we have 1st Place to the Williams Family; and 2nd Place to the Amusan Family.

Both families will receive a stunning portrait of their winning entry.

If you'd like the chance to win £1000 in the 2018 National Family Portrait Awards competition, just click on the link below.  You'll be asked for a donation of just £10, and ALL money raised goes towards Cardiac Risk in the Young.


Children’s Portrait Awards Winners 2017

Here are our three  regional winners in the Children's Portrait Awards competition 2017.   From top to bottom, we have 1st Place to  Casey; 2nd Place to Kasey; and 3rd Place to Francesca.

All three will receive a stunning portrait of their winning entry.

If you'd like the chance to win £1000 in the 2018 National Children's Portrait competition, just click on the link below.  You'll be asked for a donation of just £10, and ALL money raised goes towards the Lullaby Trust.


Pet Portrait Awards Winners 2017

Here are our three  regional winners in the Pet Portrait Awards competition 2017.   From top to bottom, we have 1st Place to  Mouse, owned by Michelle Prentice; 2nd Place to Tucker, owned by Stacy Meyer; and 3rd Place to Rocky owned by Nicole Harris.

All three will receive a stunning portrait of their winning entry.

If you'd like the chance to win £1000 in the 2018 National Pet Portrait competition, just click on the link below.  You'll be asked for a donation of just £10, and ALL money raised goes towards the Dogs Trust and Guide Dogs.

 

 


National Portrait Awards

As part of the National Portrait Awards, we are proud to be one of almost eighty professional photographers raising money for charity.

2017 saw the launch of the Family Portrait Awards, in support of Cardiac Risk in the Young; the Children's Portrait Awards in support of the Lullaby Trust; and the Pet Portrait Awards in support of the Dogs trust.  Collectively we helped raise £21,690.00!  This is no mean feat in our first full year, and 2018 promises to be even more successful.

On 5th February this year Hoss Photography attended the first ever Awards ceremony at Notts County Football Club, to hear the announcement for the Regional and overall National winners.  Each category was judged by it's relevant charity.

We're delighted to show you our 2017 winning entrants for Watford and the surrounding area.   First Place in each category wins a 20 x 16" framed portrait of their entry; second place wins a 14 x 11" portrait; and third wins a 10 x 8".

The 2018 National Portrait Awards is now live. If you'd like the chance to win £1000, just click on the link below and we'll be in touch.

 

 


Creating Memories

Professional photography isn't about creating memories.  We all create our own personal, precious memories ourselves.  People, moments, chapters in our life, that become special to us.  New babies; growing families; children leaving home; ageing grandparents; your own children getting married.  So many life affirming experiences - and they all go towards making our memories special. 

As professional photographers Hoss Photography is there to ensure that these amazing memories are recorded and documented in the best way possible so that in years to come you can  revisit them time and time again.

And when the time comes, that you've become a grandparent with a dynasty of your own, wouldn't it be wonderful that you have stunning photographs to pass on to future generations, who will in turn love and cherish your memory.

So while you're racing around in your busy busy lives, feeling the stress of work, taxiing children to endless after school activities, or bemoaning the fact that there simply aren't enough hours in the day - take a moment to reflect on all the good things you have.  

And be sure to remember them well.

 

 


2017 October – 5 Masters one Model

Hoss was invited by The MPA to be on of the five Masters of Photography to photograph one model, at their National Awards event held at Jurys Inn Hinckley Island.

Hoss was also asked to judge on the Licentiate Qualifications Panel.

Meet the Masters Event