Australian Architectural Photographer of the Year

June 30, 2011

Photographer Tim Griffith is named 2011 AIPP Australian Architectural Photographer of the Year.

Photographer Tim Griffith has been named the Australian Architectural Photographer of the Year at the 2011 Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) awards.

Griffith, from Castlemaine in Victoria, was announced as the winner at a gala dinner in Sydney on Monday 27 June, receiving $2,500 in prizes for his entry. The runner up in the architecture category was Glenn Hester.

The Canon AIPP APPA’s this year received 850 entries to 22 different categories, ranging from sport, travel and landscape photography to portrait, fine art and creative. The awards are now in their 35th year.

The architecture category is a new addition to the 2011 awards program, along with three other new categories: advertising, fashion and fusion – a category that acknowledges video capabilities.

“As the photographic landscape changes, we need to modify the categories to accommodate the volumes of work we are seeing in other areas,” said APPA Chairman and judge, peter Eastway.

  • john marconi June 30th, 2011 8:31 am

    Its about time the australian architecture community recognised tims amazing talent instead of john gollings…….

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