Zero Footprints Photo Awards

In the last summer issue, Suston introduced photographers Ted and Morag and their international photo project Zero Footprints (read it here), which aims to explore climate change through photography and to positively contribute to offsetting humanity’s contribution to it.

Now, their first photo competition has concluded, where Suston’s editor-in-chief Gabriel Arthur joined the jury to select the winners of three categories. Without further ado, the winners are:

In Celebration of Our Planet Category and Overall Winner:

“Innocent” by Christiaan Hart

Causes, Effects and Solutions Category:

“Kelowna Forest Fire” by Josh Woodman

The Involvement of Man Category:

“Wind Power” by Felicity Holden

Jonathan Fraenkel-Eidse
jonathan.eidse@norragency.com


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