Herald photographer among finalists in National Portrait Prize

A YouTube sensation, a Pakistani student who was racially abused and a mental health advocate are among the subjects whose images have shot to national prominence in the annual National Photographic Portrait Prize.

Photographers from The Sydney Morning Herald, Newcastle Herald and Canberra Times are finalists in the National Photographic Portrait Prize, awarded each year to recognise Australia’s best contemporary portraiture.

James Brickwood from the Herald, Max Mason-Hubers from the Newcastle Herald and Jamila Toderas from The Canberra Times have been selected among 40 finalists from over 3000 entries.

James Brickwood's portrait of 23-year-old singer Troye Sivane is a finalist in the National Photographic Portrait Prize.

James Brickwood’s portrait of 23-year-old singer Troye Sivane is a finalist in the National Photographic Portrait Prize.Credit:James Brickwood

Brickwood’s portrait is of Troye Sivan, a 23-year-old South African-born singer, actor and YouTube personality from Perth who has won two ARIA awards.

Источник: Theage.com.au

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