Students Staff

26 March 2015

Winners of the Tempest Photo Prize 2015

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Daniel Chapman – ‘Never in my life did I think I’d see it’

Each year we ask our students to submit up to three photos that they’ve taken during their period abroad for the Tempest Photography competition. This year’s winners have been announced on our Twitter page and you can see the winning photos by following us @EssexAbroad.

The judging panel has met and the winners are as follow:


  • Daniel Chapman – ‘Never in my life did I think I’d see it’
    Picture of Obama

High Commended:

  • Chisara Agor – ‘ O amor em perigo’
    Black and white of woman with ‘+ amor’ above
  • Tristan Adlington – ‘Where the gold at?’
    Climbing a mountain in the US
  • Ruth Crilly – ‘Water Village’
    A Cambodian village and boats
  • Jennifer Harrison – ‘Cathedral Cove’
    A beach and free standing rock in NZ.

The photographs have been uploaded to the University of Essex’s Facebook page as well and are still available for you to look at. Have a look and see what your friends have been up to during their time abroad!

Your favourite photos from the University of Essex Facebook page public vote got an automatic pass to the final round, where they were judged by our panel of experts including:

  • Amanda Murphy, Tempest Photography
  • Calum MacMillan, Art Exchange
  • Ivan Hutchins, Head of International Mobility, University of Essex.

The winning photographer will receive a framed copy of their work and a cash prize of up to £500! The Highly Commended artists will all receive a framed copy of their work.

Congrats to all the winners!


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