London photographer secures place on Sky Arts Master of Photography Season Three
Street photographer Wayne Crichlow from London has secured a place as a contest on Sky Arts Master of Photography beating off thousands of applicants to be selected as one of ten contestants.
About the show
Sky Arts Master of Photography is a competition run over 8 weeks and 8 episodes in which ten contestants compete to convince a jury of internationally renowned photographers and industry experts that they have the skill, instinct and versatility to become the next Sky Arts Master of Photography. The TV show which airs on Sky Arts HD across five countries; the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy and Austria involves contestants competing in a series of photographic challenges to prove their creative and technical skills. Contestant's images are judged by leading photographers and industry experts. The show currently airs on Sky Arts, every Tuesday at 8pm. Click here for more details.
Following a series of knock-out challenges, the winner will take home €100,000 - the largest prize money of any photography competition. Joining Oliviero Toscani on the judging panel are curator Mark Sealy MBE and Elisabeth Biondi, visuals editor of The New Yorker.
"Being part of this incredible show has given me the opportunity to visit new places and push new boundaries".
Right: Images from Wayne, Sky Arts Master of Photography 2018, Season 3 Contestant. Click to view.