Meredith Andrews Wins AOP Photography Award

Meredith Andrews picked up another accolade, this time as the 37th Photographers Association silver winner. [AOP] Photography Prize.

Ms Andrews has been entered for her art exhibition titled ‘Flotsam and Jetsam: The Cost of Modern Living’.

The AOP website said“We extend our sincere thanks to all of our winners and runners-up and everyone who participated in the 37th AOP Photography Awards. Your outstanding images continue to inspire and amaze both the judges and the industry, and the caliber of this year’s entries was no exception to the tradition of creative excellence we all expect of AOP members.

The National Gallery of Bermuda website said, “Meredith Andrews is a contemporary portrait, travel and lifestyle photographer. Based in Bermuda, she has traveled the world for clients including Conde Nast Traveller, The New York Times, Levis and the Bermuda Tourism Authority.

“In 2020, Meredith was recognized by Her Majesty The Queen in her annual New Year Honors List, in which she received The Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honor for her services to the environment.

“Produced by the Bermuda National Gallery in conjunction with Keep Bermuda Beautiful to celebrate the launch of a public consultation process on the Bermuda government’s proposed ban on single-use plastics, Flotsam and Jetsam by Meredith Andrews is a stark reminder the modern cost of living.

“Here, Meredith Andrews draws our attention to intrinsic everyday objects – a broken hair comb, a lost soccer ball and forgotten toys – reminding us of the short lifespan of these plastic objects and the implications of their use and their disposal.”

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