I just wanted to present something that I feel passionate about as I live very near the tower and am friends with people who were severely affected by the tragedy. I feel like our community has been forgotten by the government and the public so I wanted to show that people are still struggling for justice.”
Yasmin Abdi - North Kensington Prize
My thought process was to try and capture the moment where the community came together in a great show. For me, the sky, the colours, clouds and the tree meant I would focus on this spirit. In my head, this picture is what I wanted Grenfell to symbolize.
Yasser Ibrahim - The Chelsea Society Prize
I've decided to share capture the visual essence of my voice. The intuitive moment in which one realizes life is a gift, the present. Artist's abilities to capture this moment is what will save the world from humankind, serving as gentle reminders of our shared truth.
Sam Ratcliffe - The Chelsea Society Prize
The Vintage Sunset’ was taken while walking back from Battersea park with my little one and it was just a lovely scene so I tried to capture it.
Aisling Drummond - The Chelsea Society Prize
The first photograph is called 'City Sunset'. It is taken on Chelsea Embankment, where I go on morning and evening walks. It reminds me how brilliant life is and how exciting London is.
Naafes Haque - UAL Prize
I like experimenting with my phone camera, this picture was taken on my way back from the school.
Sion Ashley Silvester - UAL Prize
My nan bought me my first camera and I've never looked back since.
Lincoln Mclaughlin - The Alison Jackson Prize
This image was taken on a nighttime walk. The sun was just setting and the rain and sun led to a double rainbow, a rare occurrence for London.
Liqhwa Gama - The Alison Jackson Prize
I am currently studying Level 2 Art and Design at Harlow College. I took these images because I was amazed of the way small things become very interesting images. They mean a lot to me because with no pictures as people we won’t be having any memories.