Best Architectural Photography

For over 150 years photography has helped change the way we look at architecture. But the way images are constructed and disseminated has changed. This is being driven by technology, which has allowed images to be shared easily and quickly and also for free. For this category, judges are looking for good composition, creativity and clear photographs. And we also want to know how you're choosing your approach and equipment, - whether everyday smartphones or professional DSLRs - and the way you are sharing images online. You may enter up to ten images.

Rodrigo Orrantia

Rodrigo Orrantia is an art historian and curator, specialising in photography. He currently works at the exhibitions department at the RIBA in London. Rodrigo is a regular speaker at universities in the UK and France and a reviewer at international photography festivals.

Juliet Warkentin

A communications strategist, creative leader and marketer, Juliet is past editor of Marie Claire, content director of WGSN, founder at Stylistpick, marketing director, Amazon Fashion EU and is currently CMO of Trouva.

Stephen Citrone

Stephen is an architect and photographer working at Snøhetta, in Oslo, Norway. Prior to moving to Norway, 5 years ago, Stephen worked at AL_A. During his time at AL_A, he won The Architects’ Journal, Philips Light Shots short film competition.