Sony UK has announced six photographers to join its Imaging Ambassadors programme, including renowned landscape photographer Joe Cornish and portrait specialist Gavin Evans
The six photographers added to the Imaging Ambassadors programme, which is run on Sony’s behalf by the World Photography Organisation (WPO), cover a wide range of styles and genres.
Image © Gavin Evans
Primarily known for portraits, Gavin Evans has had numerous celebrities in front of his lens, including Björk, Gary Oldman and David Bowie. He also works in other genres for other projects, such as his Nightscapes series that documents India after dark (above).
Image © Joe Cornish
Landscape legend Joe Cornish has his own gallery in North Yorkshire, is an honorary Fellow of the RPS and has been on the judging panel for Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
Image © Michael Wayne Plant
New Zealand-born Michael Wayne Plant is firstly a street photographer, though he also works in other genres. He has a particular interest in using documentary photography to explore social issues.
Image © Nick Webster
Fashion and sport photographer Nick Webster also joins the roster, with an established portfolio of published photography, both editorial and advertising.
Image © Dominic Fraser
While Dominic Fraser is chiefly known as an automotive photographer, he says on his website that he is ‘happy to point a camera at anything’. He also works in videography.
Image © Andrew Scriven
Finally, Andrew Scriven is a travel and wildlife photographer, whose exotic portfolio has won him a series of awards and accolades.
Frederik Lange, DI category head, Sony UK and Ireland, said: ‘Sony is delighted to be working with such an esteemed collection of photographers. Through our work with the Sony World Photography Awards, this announcement continues our commitment to photographers out there – Sony provides photographers with a variety of different kit options, from the revolutionary full-frame Alpha 7 Series to the portable detail of the RX. We look forward to seeing the work of these photographers in the future.’