Luis Tato’s epic photograph, “A Spanish Festival of Fire and Horses” won an unprecedented 3 categories including Cultural, People’s Choice and Overall Winner. This compelling image, alight with vibrant orange and red hues captured the magic of...
Behind The Scenes
Think set building, light rigging, AV wiring, staff briefings, kitchen preparation and even the post-event break down and clean-up!
Includes conferences, product launches and gala events, to corporate hospitality, team building activities and company Christmas parties and more.
This broad category encompasses anything from community events, fairs and festivals, to theater and dance performances, fashion shows and art exhibitions.
Coverage of the 'event' elements of a wedding, the parts that take real planning and vision. We’re thinking more late night dance floor action, than dress fittings etc.
Music festivals, concerts and gigs, orchestral or choral performances, of course, but images of live music at private or corporate events are also welcome.
Includes all events but weddings! Think birthdays, anniversaries or retirement parties, to bar or bat mitzvahs, family reunions, etc.
Competitors in action makes for compelling photography, but also think sporting ‘events’ and everything that goes into to organising and enjoying them.
It’s not easy to capture ‘the essence’ of an exhibition… From wide shots of the floor with stands and crowds milling, to close interactions between visitors and vendors.
Brand experiences, creative field marketing, consumer engagement at pop-ups, road shows and other exciting experiential events.
Nominated and judged by editors of the event industry’s trade press, this prestigious award was introduced especially for the 5th year anniversary.
Will be voted on by attendees at the Awards night, from a list of all short-listed shots.
The best of the best, chosen from all the category winners.
This new category champions the central role of food and drinks at events and can cover everything from haute cuisine to crazy cocktails.
Every event needs a venue, but it takes great skill to show off an empty room enticingly. This new category champions a key skill in the events market.