Local photographer scoops another award

Adding to what must already be a groaning trophy cabinet, local photographer Martyn Norsworthy has won two Bronze Awards from the Guild of Professional Photographers. 

One of Martyn's award winning photographs - Norsworthy Photography


Martyn has just won two Bronze Awards in the guild's Image of the Month competition, fighting off nearly 1,500 other entrants. 

The Guild of Photographers is a highly regarded national photographic body and its members are dedicated to enhancing their skills in the art, craft and profession of photography. Martyn said: "I have also gained 'Classified' status on seven other entries this month (70/100 score) so in effect I gained an Scores on all nine entries..."

Martyn's second award winning photograph - Norsworthy Photography 


Martyn said: "2020 is proving to be a great year for positivity with many recent awards when business has been very effected by Covid." 

The Guild of Photographers are committed to achieving the highest standards of professionalism for the benefit of their customers. They pledge to deliver the highest standards of customer service and to a journey of continuing professional development. 

Lesley Thirsk, a Director of the Guild, said that she is “delighted that Martyn has achieved yet more Awards!"

Both images were captured at real weddings in Devon. One at The Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa and one at The Moorland Hotel, Haytor, Dartmoor.

The Guild website www.photoguild.co.uk lists members throughout the country who offer this commitment, along with advice on how to choose a photographer that will meet your needs.

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