/ 2018 / Nature / Wildlife

In Her Footsteps

  • Prize
    Bronze in Nature/Wildlife
  • Company
    Pamela Pauline Photography
  • Photographer
    Pamela Pauline

Every day across Africa, elephants are killed by poachers to meet
the demand of ivory. We must do what we can to reduce the
demand and stop the ivory trade. My African elephant Portraits
aim to illustrate the incredible beauty of these creatures.

Pamela Pauline is a Fine Art and Landscape Photographer based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia.

Awards 2019 - Semi-Finalist Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize
2019- Finalist Contemporary Art Prize
2018 - Australian Photography Awards Finalist Landscape
2018 - Australian Photography Awards Finalist Nature
2018 - Finalist Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize
2018 - Selected to represent Australia in World Photographic Cup
2018 - Gold - Australian Professional Photography Awards
2017 - Gold Award - Australian Institute of Professional Photography
2017 - Earned Master's of Photography at AIPP
2017 - Winner Head On Landscape Prize (Top 3)
2017 - Finalist NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year
2017 - Finalist Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize
2017 - Semi-Finalist Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize
2016 - Winner Highest Scoring Print, NSW Professional Photography Awards
2016 - Finalist NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year
Top 50 (Epson International Panoramic Awards) 2014, 2015
2015 - 2nd Place Ken Duncan Real Australian Photography Awards
2015 - Finalist NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year
2015 - Silver Distinction Awards in the Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA)
2014 - Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize Finalist