Shepton Snowdrop Festival

I am delighted to share that I have been asked to judge the annual Shepton Mallet Snowdrop photographic competition. The theme this year is “Winter Landscapes” and I am really looking forward to seeing all the entries. I will also be hosting a cyanotype workshop in the church before the winners are announced on the Saturday.

To learn more about the competition and enter please click here.

jo stephen impressionist photography dorset
Snow fall III

There are prizes for the three age groups, £200 for the over 18 category, £70 for the 12-17 category and £50 for the 11 & under category.


Shortlisted images will be on display in one of the festival venues and all entrants will be invited to a presentation of the prizes and certificates for the three categories on Saturday 15th February 2020.




3 thoughts on “Shepton Snowdrop Festival

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