Seal Rescue Ireland
& The Upcycle Movement
Pay your €5 entry fee Here: (You may enter 3 photos per €5 entry)
We would like to send a huge thank you to The Upcycle Movement and commend them on their efforts "To highlight, demonstrate and encourage upcycled design. Re-thinking what we consider waste and instead showing it's potential as a valuable resource for something new." The Neo Collection wash bag they have donated is made from 100% recycled wetsuit neoprene!
Our two judges are: Juanma, our intern from Spain, an experienced diver and environmental advocate. His close friend Joana Canal Amado who he met at the Jane Goodall Institute in Senegal. Joana is a documentary photographer and photojournalist based in Barcelona, Spain. Although she is based in Barcelona, she has worked a lot in France, NY, and Africa. She has worked with teather companies, been several years documenting VISA OFF, The Teather festival in Avignon, and is now working with NewZulu, a newsagency from NY, as well as publishing her work from catalan conflict on sites such as AFP and Crowdspark. She was heavily involved documenting at The Jane Goodall Institute, in Senegal. Winner of a few EPIM (Experience Photographic International of Monuments), she has also travelled documenting the heritage of some amazing cities, always unveiling more history than is commonly told.