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AOP Student Award - The Exhibition

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AOP Student Award - The Exhibition 

Wednesday 6th June - Tuesday 31st July, Check for store opening times 

FREE

Wex Photo Video are hosting this year's Association of Photographers, Student Award! All 60 Finalistis will have their work displayed in our London, Whitechapel store throughout June and July! 

AOP Student Awards are a celebration of the best in photography amongst students nationally, helping to provide that important step up into the professional arena. By supporting new emerging talent, the Awards are an opportunity to get a first look at the potential stars of tomorrow.

Categories this year are People, Places and Things. 

 

Prizes include:

 

  • One to one portfolio review/ career advice session with your category judge (Jason Hawkes, Lulu Ash, Kelvin Murray – all brilliant, very successful photographers)
  • MPrint Starter Portfolio, complete with 20 A3 prints. This prize, with a value of over £300, will give the winner a great head start in presenting their work to future commissioners and agencies.

*Image credit (Hannah Fishwick and Anna Baylis)

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Wex Photo Video

Wex Photo Video

Established in 1997, Wex Photo Video has helped over 800,000 photographers and videographers achieve their goals. Wex’s dedication to service, expertise and customer satisfaction is underpinned by competitive prices and the largest range of any UK photo and video retailer, with over 19,000 products. The website is complemented by a specialist Customer Contact team, Showroom and extensive online content. Customers can contact Wex seven days a week by phone, email, live chat, social media or in person.

Association of Photographers

Association of Photographers

The Association of Photographers was first formed in 1968 as the Association of Fashion and Advertising Photographers and is one of the most prestigious professional photographers' associations in the world.

The Association's aims remain the same today as they were almost 50 years ago: to promote and protect the worth and standing of its members, to vigorously defend, educate and lobby for the interests and rights of all photographers, especially in the commercial photographic industry.