Shots to feature in a special digital edition of NME
The winners of this year’s NME Music Photography Awards with Nikon have been announced.
Amateur and professional photographers entered their shots across five different categories, including Festival, Professional, Under 18, Portrait and Live, for the chance to win cameras from Nikon. One Readers’ Choice winner has also been chosen.
“Every year we say it, but every year it’s true – the standard keeps getting better and better,” said NME editor Mike Williams on 2014’s entrants.
The winners of this year’s NME Music Photography Awards with Nikon are:
Festivals category winner
Under 18 category winner
Ashley Fenlon of Oracle, Scruffy Murphy’s Birmingham
Portrait category winner
Live category winner
Taylor Jardine of We Are The In Crowd, Hit The Desk festival
Professional category winner
Mac Demarco, Teatro Vorterix Argentina
Readers’ Choice winner
Roy James Baron
Taylor Rice of Local Natives, Beacons Festival
To hear the stories behind each winning image and view all of the runner up and highly commended entries, download our free digital edition to these future stars of music photography.
The digital issue, available to download from October 21 on Apple Newsstand, will also celebrate the works of this year’s Outstanding Contribution to Music Photography winner, Chalkie Davies. The legendary photographer shot The Clash’s first NME cover as well as capturing snaps of iconic stars like Debbie Harry, Sid and Nancy, The Ramones and many more.