A photographer from North Yorkshire has won Craft Photographer of the Year.
Lucy Saggers triumphed in the contest which was open to amateurs and professionals.
The competition aimed to celebrate the work undertaken by practitioners of traditional British crafts.
Lucy, from Hambleton, entered the competition with an image entitled ‘Farrier Tom at work in late winter sun’.
It won the Craftspeople at Work category in which judges were looking for an eye-catching image that reflects the diversity of crafts in the UK.
Linda Laird from Kirwall, Orkney won The Essence of Crafts category, and Young Craft Photographer of the Year was named as Gabriel Langley from County Durham.
The competition was sponsored by Furniture Village.
To view more of the winning shots visit the competition website.