International Photography Winners: Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Check Out The 2018 Winning Pieces


The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is known for its thought-provoking and intriguing photographic displays. For the 2018 International Photography Competition, The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts invited photographers from across the world to submit their photography in the following categories: Conceptual, Abstract, Still Life, Documentary, Social, and Political Journalism, Nature, Science, and Animals, Places, Landscapes, and Drone, People and Portraits, along with one additional photo that was selected as People’s Choice.

The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts will host a reception on June 22 from 5pm to 7pm to celebrate the winners of the 2018 International Photography Competition. The winning photos will be on exhibition at the museum until July 23. The museum is located at 400 N. Ashley Drive Cube 200.  Take a look at the winners’ jaw-dropping pieces:

Conceptual Photography

First Place: Jamie Aelavanthara

Second Place: Matthew Johnson

Third Place: Francisco Diaz and Deb Young

Abstract Photography

First Place: Laura Howell

Second Place: Alyssia Lazin

Third Place: Alyssia Lazin

Still Life

First Place: Christine Ruddy

Second Place: Trevor Messersmith

Third Place: Dolores Kaufman

Documentary, Social, and Political Journalism

First Place: Jim Miller

Second Place: Ronen Tivony

Third Place: Rachel Harpaz

Nature, Science, and Animals

First Place and Best in Show: Kevin Barney

Second Place: Elizabeth Pranzer

Third Place: Michael Pachis

Places, Landscapes, and Drone Photography

First Place: Raf Willems

Second Place: Laura Howell

Third Place: Stefan Thaler

People and Portraits

First Place: Anna Grevenitis

Second Place: Anna Murray

Third Place: Miranda Schmitz

People’s Choice

Abbey Mathew

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Aislinn Fallon is a five-time internationally published writer whose writing has been read on every populated continent on the globe. She is also the author of the poetry book Pretty Little Things & Witty Little Words which is represented by the world's largest global book distributor.