Winners announced for Travel Photographer of the Year 2019

Geoff Shoults, UK Winner, Best Single Image in an Art of Travel portfolio

Alain Schroeder, Belgium Winner, Endangered Planet portfolio

Jason Edwards, Australia Winner, Best Single Image in an Endangered Planet portfolio

Debdatta Chakraborty, India Winner, Best Single Image in a People & Cultures portfolio

Brian Clopp, USA Winner, Thrills & Adventures portfolio


Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) have announced the winners of the 2019 competition!

Travel photographers from 144 countries submitted over 20,000 images spanning all corners of the globe to the annual photography competition. Photographers of all ability are annually invited to enter this one-of-a-kind-event. TPOTY is known for the diversity of the images submitted, from iPhone photos to professional projects.


 

The overall winner of the Travel Photographer of the Year title is Katy Gomez Catalina. Katy is an amateur photographer with a doctorate in veterinary medicine and her vast portfolio of work spans the 60 countries she has visited.

Indigo Larmour is the overall title winner of Young Travel Photographer of the year and is 11-years-old. Indigo has been travelling in a van with her family since she was three weeks old, and is currently driving from India to the UK.

Each year TPOTY collates a snapshot of the world with poignant images of both beauty and sadness. More of this year’s chosen images include wild horses in the desert (Brian Clopp, USA), beautiful ice sculptures (Ignacio Palacios, Australia/Spain), orangutans fighting for their lives (Alain Schroeder, Belgium) and powerful scenes from the Hong Kong protests (Kiran Ridley, UK).

 

Click here to see the TPOTY winners in full


Travel Photographer of the Year at Coal Drops Yard:

Genesis are proud to support the annual public exhibition showcasing the winning images, taking place this spring at Coal Drops Yard, with our Direct to Media printing services.

 

Free entry 7th April – 12th May 2020

Coal Drops Yard, near King’s Cross and St Pancras stations

London

N1C 4DQ

 

Find Out More About TPOTY’s Exhibition

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