Seeking Photography Inspired by our Planet
The inaugural LensCulture Earth Awards is our first call for photography focused on the planet. We are awarding $25,000 in cash grants as well as video projections at international photo festivals, visibility with LensCulture Insiders, a Printed Annual and more. From artful and conceptual examinations of our diverse relationships to Earth, to journalistic exposés of environmental concerns or the stories of the good work being done to address them, photography is a force that defines how we see—and live in—the world.
Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015 Enter Competition »
Photography is the most vital communication element for environmental storytelling.
earth awards 2015 jury
Francis HodgsonPhotography Critic, Financial Timesmore about Francis
Co-Founder, Prix Pictet
www.ft.com/arts/francis-hodgsonFrancis Hodgson is Professor in the Culture of Photography at the University of Brighton, in England. He is also the writer on photography for the Financial Times, a contributing editor to Art Review and a critic for the Economist. Hodgson was a co-founder of the Prix Pictet (on which he served several times as chairman of the jury) and he also chaired the Sony World Photography Awards. He has published many monograph texts on photography and has often been a guest lecturer. Before these current positions, he served as head of the Photographs Department at Sotheby's and also worked as a gallerist at the Photographers' Gallery and Zwemmer Fine Photographs.
Molly RobertsChief Photography Editormore about Molly
www.smithsonianmag.comMolly Roberts is a photography editor, curator and photographer, she currently serves as Chief Photography Editor at Smithsonian Magazine. With 25 years experience in the magazine publishing world, she is responsible for the content and appearance of many magazines, books, web sites and apps. She is an advocate for powerful visual storytelling and human rights and recently created the non-profit HumanEyesUSA to present documentary photography projects in public spaces and to use powerful imagery to help illuminate complex issues facing America.
Tetsuro IshidaCuratormore about Tetsuro
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
www.syabi.comBorn in Osaka, 1968. After working at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tetsuro Ishida serves as the curator of Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, involved with art museum education and exhibition projects and organization. He has curated exhibitions of Nobuyoshi Araki in 1999, Rinko Kawauchi in 2012, Contemporary Japanese Photography vol. 12 in 2013 and more.
Kathy MoranSenior Editor for Natural Historymore about Kathy
National Geographic Magazine
ngm.nationalgeographic.comKathy Moran is National Geographic magazine’s first senior editor for natural history projects. A 33-year veteran of the Society, Moran has been producing projects about natural ecosystems for the magazine since 1990. Moran has edited several books for the Society, including “Women Photographers National Geographic.” She was named “Picture Editor of the Year” for her winning portfolio in the 2006 Pictures of the Year competition and the 2011 Best of Photo competition. She is a founding member of the International League of Conservation photographers and edited numerous books for ILCP photographers.
Melissa RyanDirector of Photographymore about Melissa
Nature Conservancy Magazine
magazine.nature.orgMelissa Ryan is Director of Photography for Nature Conservancy magazine, the award-winning magazine of The Nature Conservancy. Ryan oversees & implements the photographic vision for the print, online and mobile editions. She works in close partnership with freelance photographers to publish dynamic environmental conservation stories. Ryan has over 20 years of photo editing experience working on magazines, books, newspapers, and online projects.
Chris JordanArtist & Activistmore about Chris
Seattle, WA, USA
www.chrisjordan.comChris Jordan’s work explores contemporary mass culture from a variety of photographic and conceptual perspectives. Edge-walking the lines between beauty and horror, abstraction and representation, the near and the far, the visible and the invisible, his images depict viscerally the enormity and power of humanity’s collective will. Jordan’s works are exhibited and published worldwide.
Arianna RinaldoDirectormore about Arianna
www.ojodepez.orgArianna Rinaldo is a freelance professional working as a photo editor, reviewer, curator and teacher. She is the Director of OjodePez, the documentary photography quarterly published by LaFabrica, Madrid. She is also the artistic director of Cortona On The Move, an annual international photo festival, taking place in the beautiful region of Tuscany, Italy. In 2014, she was the guest artistic director of DOCfield14, a city-wide celebration of documentary photography in Barcelona, involving more than 40 institutions and organized by Photographic Social Vision.
Ian ShiveCEOmore about Ian
Tandem Stills + Motion
Los Angeles, CA, USA
www.tandemstock.comIan Shive is CEO & founder of the Los Angeles-based Tandem Stills + Motion, Inc., one of the world’s leading collections of licensable photographs and motion clips of the outdoors; a noted photographer; recipient of the prestigious Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography; author of 5 books on photography and the environment; an instructor in the photojournalism program at the University of Southern California (UCLA); and Executive Producer of a program on sharks for the Discovery Channel, among other noted achievements.
Jim CasperEditor & Publishermore about Jim
www.lensculture.comJim Casper is the founding editor and publisher of LensCulture, one of the leading destinations for contemporary photography from around the world. As an active member in the contemporary photography world, Casper organizes annual international photography portfolio review events, curates arts exhibitions, writes about photography and culture, lectures, conducts workshops, serves as an international juror and nominator for key awards, and is an advisor to arts and education organizations. He serves on the board of directors at SPE, the Society for Photographic Education, the world’s largest association of photography educators.
I think art has a crucial role to play in the healing and transformation of our world, from the most local level all the way to the global.
Awards & Benefits
- $25,000 in cash awards plus opportunities for entrants to earn global recognition amongst today’s top photographers working on the subject of Earth.
- Video projections for Winners and Finalists at international photo festivals around the world.
- Direct visibility to our distinguished group of over 500 LensCulture Insiders from the photo industry: curators, gallerists, editors, creative directors and publishers.
- Opportunities for inclusion in the Earth Awards Competition Gallery, curated daily by our editors.
|— JURY SELECTED —||LENSCULTURE|
|$25,000 in Cash Awards|
|Projections in International Photo Festivals|
|‘Earth Award 2015’ Printed Annual|
|LensCulture Online Review Session|
|Exposure with LensCulture Insiders|
|Immediate Exposure in Competition Gallery|
|Massive Online Exposure|
|LensCulture Portfolio Account|
*Editors' Picks: LensCulture editors will select hundreds of photographers during the competition for immediate exposure to our global audience of over 1.2 million via social media and the Awards' Competition Gallery.
After the competition, highly-rated entries (not only winners and finalists) will gain visibility with LensCulture Insiders and will win invitation-only LensCulture Portfolio accounts, both of which are really valuable to any serious photographer seeking recognition in the photography community.
learn more about the awards:
Grand Prize $5000
2nd Prize: $2500
3rd Prize: $1500
Grand Prize $5000
2nd Prize: $2500
3rd Prize: $1500
Single Image Award:
Grand Prize $4000
2nd Prize: $2000
3rd Prize: $1000
International Photo Festivals
Top selected work from Winners and Finalists will be digitally projected at photo festivals and events throughout the year. LensCulture is active in a growing global network of nearly all of the most important photography events each year, and we work endlessly to promote our winning selections at all of these events throughout the year.
LensCulture Earth Awards 2015 Printed Annual
A museum-quality competition catalog will be distributed to hundreds of LensCulture Insiders and industry experts including editors, curators, festival directors, publishers, gallery directors and more. The annual will consist of a selection of the images from all the Winners and Finalists, presenting the work as some of the best Earth-related photography in the world.
Exposure with LensCulture Insiders
Work from Winners and Finalists plus hundreds of the other top-rated photographers from this competition will be shared with LensCulture Insiders, our network of influential names in the photography industry. We believe this kind of exposure is critical for both emerging and established photographers to gain valuable jobs, opportunities, and inclusion in published pieces.
Alan Taylor, Editor/Web Developer, The Atlantic, Boston, MA
Alejandro Castellote, Photography teacher, critic and freelance curator, Spain
Alexa Becker, Acquisitions Editor, Kehrer Verlag Publishers
Alexandre Percy, Owner, ACTE 2 GALERIE, Paris, France
André Frère, Editor, André Frère Éditions, Marseille, France
Andy Adams, Founding Editor, Producer, Publisher, FlakPhoto Madison, WI
Ângela Ferreira, Artistic Director, PhotoFestival Encontros da Imagem, Braga, Portugal
Anna Walker Skillman, Owner/Director, Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
Arianna Rinaldo, Director, OjodePez Magazine, Barcelona, Spain
Ariel Shanberg, Executive Director, Center for Photography at Woodstock, NY
Bill Kouwenhoven, Critic, author, journalist
Bridget Coaker, Director, Troika Editions, London, UK
Catherine Edelman, Owner and Director, Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL
Celina Lunsford, Artistic Director, Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Germany
Clare Grafik, Head of Exhibitions, The Photographer's Gallery
Corey Keller, Curator of Photography, SFMoMA
Darius Himes, International Head of Photographs at Christie's
Darren Ching, Owner, Klompching Gallery
Dewi Lewis, Publisher, Dewi Lewis Publishing
Dimitri Beck, Editor-in-Chief, Polka Magazine and Gallery
Duan Yuting, Director, Lianzhou Foto, China
Eder Chiodetto, Curator of Photography of the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo
Elie Domit, Director, East Wing , United Arab Emirates
Elina Heikka, Curator of Photography, Finnish Museum, Finland
Ellen-K Willas, Co-founder, PUG Gallery, Oslo
Emma Bowkett, Photo Editor, Financial Times Weekend Magazine, UK
Fumiaka Bamba, Photo/Art Concierge at Tsutaya Books, Tokyo
Genevieve Fussell, Photo Editor, The New Yorker
Guillaume Piens, Director, Art Paris, France
Hamidah Glasgow, Executive Director/Curator, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO
Harris Fogel, Director/Curator, Sol Mednick Gallery & Gallery 141, Philadelphia, PA
Hideko Kataoka, Director of Photography, Newsweek, Japan
Irène Attinger, Library Director, Maison Europeene de la Photographie
Irina Chmyreva, Curator, Photovisa International Festival of Photography, Krasnodar, Russia
James Estrin, Co-Editor, New York Times Lens Blog
Johan Sjöström, Curator of Exhibitions, Gothenburg Museum of Art, Gothenburg, Sweden
John Duncan, Editor, Source Photographic Review, UK
Juan Travnik, Director, FotoGaleria del Teatro, Buenos Aires, Argentina,
Karen Downey, Senior Curator, Belfast Exposed, UK
Karin Bareman, Assistant Curator, Foam Fotografiemuseum, Amsterdam
Klaus Kehrer, Owner, Kehrer Art and Photo Publishers
Laura Pressley, Executive Director, Center, Santa Fe, NM
Lisa J. Sutcliffe, Curator of Photography, Milwaukee Art Museum
Manfred Zollner, Photo Editor, fotoMAGAZIN, Hamburg, Germany
Marc Feustel, Curator; publisher; Japanese photography expert; Studio Equis; Eyecurious blog
Marc Prüst, Photography Consultant and Curator, France
Marcel Feil, Deputy Director, Artistic Affairs - FOAM
Maria Patomella, Museum Curator, Sweden
Marie Sumalla, Photo Editor, Le Monde
Markus Schaden, Publisher, Director of Museum of the Photobook, Cologne, Germany
Marloes Krijnen, Director, FOAM, Netherlands
MaryAnn Camilleri, Founder, The Magenta Foundation; Director, Flash Forward Festival
Michael Famighetti, Editor, Aperture Magazine
Michelle Faour, Production Manager en ROLF ART
Monica Allende, Picture Editor, The Sunday Times Magazine, UK
Mutsuko Ota, Editorial Director and Curator, IMA Magazine, Galleries and Concept Stores, Tokyo
Nailya Alexander, Owner, Nailya Alexander Gallery, NYC
Nayomi Miyake, Editor, Kyuryudo Art-Publsihing Co., Ltd., Tokyo
Olivier Laurent, Editor, TIME Lightbox
Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director, Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston, MA
Pete Brook, Writer, Prison Photography and Wired.com
Rebecca Mcclelland, Photography Director, New Statesmen, UK
Reem Al-Faisal, The Empty Quarter Gallery Paris, France & Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Regina Maria Anzenberger, Founder and Director, Anzenberger Agency, Austria
Richard A. Brooks, Deputy Photo Director for Asia Pacific, Agence France-Presse, China
Rina Tokura, Editor in Chief, IMA Magazine and Concept Stores, Tokyo
Roy L. Flukinger, Senior Research Curator, Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX
Shahidul Alam, Curator, Author, Educator, and Director, Chobi Mela Festival of Photography, Bangladesh
Sheyi Bankale, Editor and Founder, Next Level Magazine, UK
Sujong Song, Director and Curator, The Edition Photographic Consultancy, South Korea
Takashi Kakishima, Director, Poetic Scape Gallery, Tokyo
Tetsuro Ishida, Curator, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
Thomas Seelig, Curator, Fotomuseum Winterthur
Tina Schelhorn, Director, Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne, Germany
Tomoka Aya, Director, The Third EyeGallery Aya, Tokyo
Tomoki Matsumoto, Director, Publisher and International Distributor, T&M Projects, Tokyo
Urs Stahel, Director, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland
Ute Noll, Director, On Photography & Illustration, Stuttgart, Germany
Valerie Fougeirol, Director, Temple Gallery, France
Vangelis Ioakimidis, Director, Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, Greece
Vicenç Boned Lloveras, Owner, Galeria Tagomago, Barcelona
W.M. Hunt, Head Bear at Dancing Bear, NYC
William Ewing, Curator at Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, Switzerland
Wim Melis, Director, Noorderlicht Festival, Netherlands
Xavier Canonne, Director, Musee de la Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium
Yannick Bouillis, Offprintparis France
Yumi Goto, Curator, Reminders Photography Stronghold, Tokyo
Aaron Schuman, Editor, SeeSaw Magazine, UK
Alessandra Capodacqua, Curator, Author, Educator, Studio Marangoni, Italy
Aline Smithson, Founder/Editor, Lenscratch, USA
Alison Nordstrom, Consulting Curator for International Programs, Griffin Museum of Photography, USA
Alyssa Coppelman, Photo Editor, Slate, Feature Shoot, USA
Ángel Luis González, Director, PhotoIreland, Ireland
Anna Dickson, Photography Director, AOL/Huffington Post Media Group, USA
Anna Gripp, Editor , Photonews, Germany
Anne Bourgeois-Vignon, Creative Content Director, London, UK
Anne Morin, Curator/Director, diChroma photography, Spain
Barbara Tannenbaum, Curator of Photography, The Cleveland Museum of Art, USA
Bas Vroege, Director, Paradox and YDoc, Netherlands
Bevin Bering Dubrowski, Director, Houston Center for Photography, USA
Bjarke Myrthu, Founder & CEO, Blindspot, USA
Brian Clamp, Owner/Director, ClampArt Gallery, USA
Brian Storm, Founder & Executive Producer, MediaStorm, USA
Carlos Carvalho, Director, International Festival of Photography of Porto Alegre, Brazil
Charlotte van Lingen, Curator, Kunsthal Rotterdam , Netherlands
Christophe de Jaeger, Curator, Center For Fine Arts Brussels, Belgium
Christophe Laloi, Artistic Director, Voies Off Arles, France
Daphné Anglès, European Photo Assignment Editor, The New York Times, France
David Birkitt, Director, DMB Represents, UK
David Drake, Director, Ffotogallery, Wales
Debra Klomp Ching, Owner/Director, Klompching Gallery, USA
Ed Carey, Director, Gallery 291, USA
Elda Harrington, Director, Escuela Argentina de Fotografia, Argentina
Elena Firsova, Managing Editor, Foto&Video Magazine, Russia
Elisabeth Biondi, Independent Curator, Biondi Foto, USA
Elizabeth Avedon, Photobook Designer/Blogger, Elizabeth Avedon, USA
Elizabeth Lapp, Curator and Image Guru, Flickr/Yahoo, USA
Emily Adams, Exhibitions Director, PhotoEspaña, Spain
Enrico Bossan, Editorial Director, Colors Magazine, Italy
Erik Vroons, Chief Editor , GUP Magazine, Netherlands
Francis Hodgson, Photography Critic, Financial Times of London, UK
Francoise Callier, Program Coordinator, Angkor Photo Festival, France
Freddy Denaes, Publisher, Editions de l'Oeil, France
Frits Gierstberg, Curator, Nederlands Fotomuseum Rotterdam, Netherlands
Gad Edery, CEO, Gad Collection, France
Greg Hobson, Curator of Photographs, National Media Museum, UK
Hannah Watson, Director, Trolley Books, UK
Hélène Joye-Cagnard, Codirectrice, Journées photgraphiques de Bienne Biel-Bienne, Switzerland
Ihiro Hayami, Director, Tokyo Institute of Photography, Japan
James Wellford, Photo Editor, Curator & Educator, , USA
Jason Landry, Owner/Director, Panopticon Gallery, USA
Jeff Gates, Managing Editor, American Art's Blog, Smithsonian Institution, USA
Jeff Moorfoot, Festival Director, Ballarat International Foto Biennal, Australia
Jessie Wender, Photo Editor, The New Yorker, USA
Joanne Junga Yang, Director of International Committee, Seoul Photo Festival, Korea
Julien Jourdes, Co-Founder and COO, Blink, USA
Karol Hordziej, President & Art Director, Foundation for Visual Art & Krakow Photomonth, Poland
Krzysztof Candrowicz, Artistic Director, Hamburg Triennial of Photography, Germany
Lars Boering, Director, Managing Director at World Press Photo, Netherlands
Laura Serani, Deleguée artistique, Mois de la Photo à Paris, France
Linda Benedict-Jones, Curator of Photography, Carnegie Museum of Art, USA
Louise Clements, Co-Founder/Director, QUAD and Format Festival, UK
Maarten Schilt, Publisher, Schilt Publishing, Netherlands
Magdalena Herrera, Director of Photography, GEO, France
Manik Katyal, Editor-in-Chief, Emaho Magazine, India
Manila Camarini, Photo Editor, D La Repubblica, Italy
Manuel Rivera-Ortiz, President/Founder, Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation for Documentary Photography & Film, USA
Marie-Pierre Subtil, Chief Editor, 6 Mois, France
Marion Hislen, Director, Circulation(s) Festival, France
Mary Virginia Swanson, Author, Educator, and Consultant, MVS & Assoc., USA
Matt Shonfeld, Executive Director, Institute for Artist Management, UK
Matthew Craig, Co-Founder and CEO, Blink, USA
Michael Weir, Founder & Artistic Director, Belfast Photo Festival, Northern Ireland
Michelle Dunn Marsh, Executive Director/Founder, Pacific Center Northwest, USA
Miriam Romais, Executive Director, En Foco Inc, USA
Molly Roberts, Chief Photography Editor, Smithsonian Magazine, USA
Moritz Neumüller, Festival Curator/Program Director, Istituto Europeo di Design, Spain
Moshe Rosenzveig, Director/Photographer, Head On Photo Festival , Australia
Natasha Egan, Associate Director, Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College, USA
Nathalie Gallon, Director, Foundation Carmignac Gestion, France
Nathalie Herschdorfer, Curator, Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland
Patricia Lanza, Content Director, Annenberg Space for Photography, USA
Paul di Felice, Director, European Month of Photography, Luxembourg
Pavel Banka, Editor in Chief, Fotograf Magazine, Czech Republic
Paweł Szypulski, Curator, Krakow Month of Photography, Poland
Peggy Sue Amison, Artistic Director, East Wing Gallery, Dubai
Raffaela Lepanto, Photo Editor/Consultant, PhotoFusion Photography Centre , UK
Régina Monfort, Photographer/Consulting Editor, FotoEvidence, USA
Roman Härer, Creative Director, plainpicture, Germany
Rui Prata, Director, Museu da Imagem, Portugal
Sam Barzilay, Festival Director, Photoville, USA
Sara Guerrini, Picture Editor, Newsweek Europe, UK
Sarah Leen, Director of Photography, National Geographic Magazine, USA
Scott Mc Kiernan, Vice President, National Press Photographers Association, USA
Sébastian Hau, Director, Le Bal Books, France
Selva Barni, Founder & Editor, Fantom Editions, Italy
Silvia Mangialardi, Editor, Fotomundo Magazine, Argentina
Stephen Mayes, Executive Director, Tim Hetherington Trust, USA
Stephen Perloff, Editor, The Photo Review, USA
Susan Zadeh, Photography Director, Eyemazing Editions, Netherlands
Suzanne Opton, Photographer, Educator, International Center for Photography, USA
Taj Forer, Director, Daylight Magazine, USA
Xavier Soule, President/Director, Gallery VU, France
Immediate Exposure on the LensCulture Earth Awards Competition Gallery
Just by entering your work, you have an opportunity for immediate exposure in our Competition Gallery where hundreds of thousands of online visitors can view and share your work with their networks. For photographers seeking visibility, immediate exposure on the LensCulture Earth Awards website is an invaluable resource.
Live, Online Review Session
All Winners and Finalists will have the opportunity to participate in a live, online review of their work with a photography expert on our new review platform, LensCulture Sessions. You will get valuable feedback, expert advice and will learn how to get more exposure for your work.
Massive Online Promotion for Winners and Finalists
Work from Winners and Finalists will be shared across our global network of nearly 1,000,000 on LensCulture.com, our email list, and multiple social media channels. We have found this to be a very effective strategy for getting photographers exposure that leads to career-boosting opportunities — see our Success Stories.
Ongoing Exposure with a LensCulture Portfolio Account
All Winners, Finalists plus hundreds of the top-rated photographers will get a free, invitation-only portfolio account on LensCulture to showcase your work. Gain access to our invitation-only network of the world's most cutting edge photographers for on-going exposure to our 1 million+ global audience of photography lovers and industry experts. Plus, LensCulture editors can discover your latest work and potentially feature it in articles, Editors’ Picks, and social media.
The award given to me by LensCulture has given me incredible exposure — not only in my country but internationally. Thanks to your exposure, I was invited to quite a few solo and group exhibitions in different countries and it helped increase the value of my prints and photobooks.
JOIN THE EARTH AWARDS!
The 2015 LensCulture Earth Awards will identify today’s top photographers whose work has a thematic focus on images inspired by our planet. Winning photographers will receive significant opportunities to broaden their influence in the photography community through career-changing exposure and benefits.
We invite entries from all over the world!
3 categories: Fine Art, Documentary, and an Open category.
First, Second, and Third Place Winners will be selected in each category plus 25 Finalists.
Enter NOW to be considered by LensCulture's editors for this week's featured entries.
Deadline: April 30, 2015, 11:59pm PST
All photographers retain full copyrights for their own work. Period.
Winners and Finalists grant LensCulture limited, restricted use of winning photos only to promote the photographers themselves and in connection with marketing the Awards competition itself.
Details can be found in the Competition rules
LensCulture's Earth Awards are about more than beautiful photography. We also recognize the importance of action and change. The conversation starts with wonder and inspiration through nature photography, then continues with artistic and documentary explorations of the places that sustain us: where we are, how we got here, and what we must do to protect them. We've partnered with the following organizations as a starting point for you to learn more about what you can do if you choose to get more involved.
Founded in 1951 and now active in all 50 US states and 35 countries, The Nature Conservancy is one of the largest conservation organizations in the world. The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Rare inspires change so people and nature thrive. Conservation is about people. For more than 25 years, Rare has empowered local communities in over 50 countries to shift from being resource users to environmental stewards.
350.org is building a global climate movement. Their campaigns and mass public actions are coordinated by a global network active in over 188 countries. The grassroots movement they believe in is rising from the bottom up all over the world, and is uniting to create the solutions that will ensure a better future for all.
CAREER CHANGING EXPOSURE
We believe that competitions are one of the best ways to boost your career in photography. Hear how the lives of these 10 photographers were impacted by winning a LensCulture competition.
Ellie DaviesLondon, UK
Ellie Davies transforms the woodland spaces around her home into a wondrous studio, through which we can become re-acquainted with nature, trees, even the stars. Learn more about her unique work and how her career took off.
Kirsty MitchellLondon, United Kingdom
Visual Storytelling 2014 winner Kirsty Mitchell shares "Wonderland," the stunning fictional narrative she just completed. See what happened after her LensCulture win was announced: it's a beautiful story on every level.
Kerry MansfieldSan Francisco, CA
Two-time LensCulture Finalist Kerry Mansfield talks about her amazing experience of fighting breast cancer as well as the origins of her latest series, Expired. Kerry's photographs are as powerful & inspiring as her story.
More Success Stories
Jorge de la TorrienteUnited States
Ali MobasserUnited Kingdom
Lucy HilmerUnited States
Sarah ChoiHong Kong
Daesung LeeSouth Korea
Tina SchulaUnited States
Richard TuschmanUnited States
Carlotta CardanaUnited Kingdom
Michael MartenUnited Kingdom
Yijun LiaoUnited States
Jessica HinesUnited States
Anne BerryUnited States
Candace GaudianiUnited States
Daniele PintoreUnited Kingdom
Ellie DaviesUnited Kingdom
Acacia JohnsonUnited States
Douglas LjungkvistUnited States
Michelle SankUnited Kingdom
Andrea StoneUnited States
Tara BogartUnited States
Louisa Marie SummerUnited States
Printing of the LensCulture Earth Awards 2015 Annual generously provided by Edition One Books.