PICK UP THAT smartphone, or dust off your SLR… entries are now open for the 4th annual World Green Building Week Photographic Competition.
#WGBW2019 #BuildingLife - See the life in our buildings
There’s more than $2000 in cash up for grabs.
Categories include both a Student and an Open category — celebrating the best images in each category.
The rules are the same for both: capture a creative and captivating image that represents this year’s theme #BuildingLife - See the life in our buildings.
Entries close midday, Monday 30 September 2019 — don’t leave it to the last minute!
2 categories, 3 winners in each - Open and Student, taking away - 1st: $600; 2nd: $300; 3rd: $100 - in Westpac pre-paid cards.
You've taken a creative, winning photo embracing the theme? ...need to be in to win?
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and will be Judged by Paul Petch and David St George
Paul Petch has been offering his creative services for more than eighteen years New Zealand wide. Working with all types of brands & people to create engaging visual solutions. With a solid reputation & unique take on modern photography, the judging of the 4th Annual World Green Building Week Photographic Competition is in good hands.
David St George is a commercial documentary and architectural photographer. Applying a natural light, experiential approach to photography, David's work has featured for a number of major commercial brands and publications. Working from his base in Auckland, his assignments have ranged in scope from documenting the New Zealand Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale to photographing a prize winning sandwich in Howick.
The creative, lucky winners of the Westpac pre-paid cards will be notified via email by 11 October.
Keep an eye on our Instagram @NZgreenbuildingcouncil we will feature the latest entries! ...or, you might want to check out the competition.
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By entering this competition you are accepting the terms and conditions. Read the Competition Terms & Conditions for entry here.
Thank you to our photographic competition sponsors