Iris '14: Commercial, Creative, Documentary

Continuing D-Photo's online coverage of this year's Iris Professional Photography Awards, we are proud to present the winning images in the Commercial, Creative, and Documentary categories.

Commercial category: Mike Hollman

Auckland-based photographer Mike Hollman this year pulls down the top commercial spot in the Iris Awards with a portfolio of graphically striking architectural images.

 Stairways.   For a feature on Modern Chinese Architecture.Gold award

Airport: For a feature on Modern Chinese Architecture.Silver Distinction award

The Great Hall.  For a feature on Modern Chinese Architecture.Silver award

Creative category: Kaye Davis

For the second year in a row Palmerston North photographer and lecturer, Kaye Davis, takes out the Creative category with a series of beautifully designed photographic prints.

 (C) Copyright Kaye Davis - Creative Category - Silver ImageSilver award

 

(C) Copyright Kaye Davis - Creative Category - Silver ImageSilver award

 

(C) Copyright Kaye Davis - Creative Category - Silver Image Silver award

 

Documentary category: Bob Tulloch

Bay of Plenty photographer Bob Tulloch topped the 2014 Documentary category – previously the Photojournalism category but this year amended to include a wider range of images.

(C) Copyright Bob Tulloch - Documentary Category - Silver ImageSilver award

 

(C) Copyright Bob Tulloch - Documentary Category - Bronze Image Bronze award

 

 

(C) Copyright Bob Tulloch - Documentary Category - Bronze ImageBronze award

You can follow all of D-Photo‘s coverage of both the Iris Awards and the Infocus photography conference here.