DSWF Wildlife Artist of the Year - Human Impact Winner
I am so, so excited that my piece “When the Whale Sang” has won the Human Impact category, and been awarded the Ingrid Beazley Award, in David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) Wildlife Artist of the Year 2021!
Thank you so much to all the DSWF judges: Martin Aveling, Georgina Lamb, Emily Lamb, Amanda Couch, and Stephen Rew - I am over the moon, and I can’t thank you enough for liking my piece! You can read Martin Aveling's comments about my piece, and view all the winning pieces on BBC Wildlife and DSWF.
Congratulations to all the finalists and winners - I’m not sure how the judges decided, because all the pieces were stunning. You can view them in DSWF's virtual exhibition here, and you can vote for your favourite to win the People's Choice category here.
Thank you so much DSWF!
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