Honorable Mention / 2020 / Architecture / Buildings
The Shape of Light
vincent dupont blackshaw
In New York, the architecture of buildings often looks like abstract sculpture. Sometimes you just have to wander the streets and look up.
I have been working as a professional photographer for the past two years. Trained in the arts, I live between Paris and London. My work takes me across the world, seeking stories of new places to share with my audience. From these travels I bring back unique memories of the moments I capture in new places.
I look for moments that are quietly unique. Often an isolated thing or person in an environment that on first glance is ordinary but on second glance tells a subtle story. Light plays an essential part of how I see that story being told, creating a mood and provoking feeling in each image
-Artjobs, Artist of the month (february 2020)
-British Photography Award, Shortlisted in the Fine Art Category
-Tokyo International Foto Awards, Silver Winner, People Category
-International Photography Awards (IPA) 2019, Fine Art Category Honorable Mentions
-International Photography Awards (IPA) 2019, People Category Honorable Mentions
-Featured by The National Geographic, “Keep Still”
-Featured in YourDailyPhotograph.com, ‘Inspiration’ Submissions
-Featured in YourDailyPhotograph.com, ‘Sailboats’ Submissions
-‘-scapes’ Exhibition, Honourable Mention. PH21 Gallery (Budapest, Hungary)
-‘Abstract Photography’ Exhibition, London Photo Festival. 2nd Place.
-Minimalist Photography Awards 2019, Landscape Category Honorable Mentions
-Minimalist Photography Awards 2019, Architecture Category Honorable Mentions
-‘Portraits Without Faces‘ Exhibition, Honourable Mention. PH21 Gallery (Budapest, Hungary)