You could win more than $10,000 plus
have your work showcased at the
world-renowned Mall Galleries in London,
and feature in our global publicity!

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, now in its seventh year, has fast established itself as the world’s leading awards celebrating the art and diversity of food photography and film.

We are very proud of our strong Australian connections. Not only is our headline sponsor Pink Lady®, the premium apple brand which originates in Australia, but our eminent judging panel has been graced with top Australian names.

We are honoured that Curtis Stone, the superstar chef and Gary Mehigan, chef presenter of MasterChef Australia have been on the panel and before that, the legendary Donna Hay who has single-handedly influenced a global style of food photography. And Camera, Australia’s leading photography title is a much-valued media partner

In 2015, photographer David Griffen, who hails from Adelaide, scooped the much-coveted title of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year with his stunning image, Smoked Wings, of a street chef in Kuala Lumpur. This image has since been reproduced numerous times around the world.

The category dedicated to wine photography, Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year, has also been won by an Australian photographer, Victor Pugatschew, for his highly creative shot, Pinot Noir Being Pressed.

Past Australian Finalists whose work has been shown at the internationally prestigious Mall Galleries, London include Louise Lister, Rachelle Davey and Craig Kinder. In 2017, Adrian Lander and Greg Elms were among the Finalists.

In fact, Craig flew over from Perth for the Winners’ Reception and ended up getting involved in the food photography master classes in the following days:

“I was very pleased to hear I was a Finalist in 2015 and then debated as to whether to fly from Australia to London for the Winners’ Reception at the Mall Galleries. I really enjoyed it and have also often thought about the food photography workshop I attended. It was an inspiring experience.”

Don’t miss this fantastic international opportunity enter the 2018 awards!

If you make it through the shortlisting stage and reach the Finalists’ exhibition in April 2018, you and a guest will be invited to our glittering Champagne Taittinger reception.

The overall winner of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2018 will be accomodated for two nights at the InterContinental Park Lane London.

Open to professional and amateur, old and young

The Awards celebrate the very best in food photography and film from around the world

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