The winners of the Photo Prize 2010 were as follows: First prize went to Ali Auda, an undergraduate student in the Law Department for his image entitled 'The car shook, the smoke filled the air', second prize went to Benjamin W. Grinnell, a postgraduate student in the Geography Department for his photograph entitled 'Grain Silo' and the third prize was awarded to Norbert Severin, Deputy Pay Manager in the HR Division for his photograph entitled 'Red Bull Race'. Please click here to see images of this year's prize winning photographs. Congratulations to the prize winners, and to all those whose photographs were selected for the exhibition! All other submissions were featured on a DVD playing the Atrium Gallery for the duration of the exhibition.
Photos from the reception and awards ceremony held on 2nd March, 2010 with Howard Davies presenting awards to the prize winners (click on each image to enlarge):
LSE Photoprize Submissions Gallery
All of the photos submitted for the 2010 LSE Photoprize are now available in a new web gallery. Click on the images above to see the submissions gallery.
1 March – 2 April 2010
Atrium Gallery, Old Building
10am - 5pm, Monday - Friday
Max Houghton (Course Leader of MA Photojournalism at the University of Westminster)
Andrew Jackson (Photographer)
Sue Donnelly (LSE, Archives)
The LSE Photo Prize exhibition celebrates the creativity of LSE’s student s and staff. This year’s open submission exhibition was the first to have a theme which this year focused on ‘risk’. Over 80 entrants submitted more than 180 photographs. Our selectors chose twenty-two stunning images to be included in this exhibition. Given the number of submissions to this year’s competition, LSE Arts is also pleased to present a DVD slideshow featuring all submissions.
Documentary images from the 2010 LSE Photo Prize Exhibition (click on each image to enlarge):
The exhibition was supported by LSE’s Annual Fund, Metro Imaging and A.bliss.
Past Photo Prize Exhibition links
LSE Photo Prize Exhibition 2008-09