Awards

Being mediocre is not in Hoss’ vocabulary. He is always seeking out new and innovative ideas, through art, media, television – anywhere that inspires him to create the best images for himself and his clients.  And he ‘tests’ this innovation by constantly entering competitions of the highest level.  By winning awards that are being judged by some of the world’s other leading photographers, he ensures that he remains at the forefront of his profession, whilst also giving clear affirmation to his clients that they’ll receive outstanding results.  

He has been recognised in awards given by:


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.

 

 


2017 August – Couples Award-London Portrait Group

Paul Wilkinson The judge at the latest Print awards of the London Portrait group chose a stunning image of one man and his dog taken by Hoss as the winner of the Couples Award.


2016 London Portrait Group – Photographer of the Year

The London Portrait Group print critiques are held quarterly and are always hotly contested. Each critique has an award for categories in Singles, Couples, Groups, and Composite, with points being awarded for first, second and third places. It is the accumulation of several wins and placings throughout the year that earned Hoss the much-coveted title of Photographer of the Year.