Space Pirates © Andi Campbell

Devon photographer Andi Campbell has been crowned Wex Photographer of the Year 2020, as part of the ongoing #WexMondays competition.

Established in 2012, the popular contest invites people each Monday to submit their favourite image captured during the previous week. Photos are entered via Twitter with the hashtag #WexMondays. More than 15,000 images were submitted throughout 2019.

Cambell scooped the top prize for his photograph, Space Pirates, which was captured on Beer Beach in Devon. Andi chose this particular shot due to the “unusual subject matter and the technical challenge involved in capturing it”.

Second place goes to 2019 winner Dan Portch from Kent for his Chroma shot, a great example of his fine art photography, bursting with contemporary architecture and bright yellow. Third place was awarded to David Fieldhouse from Staffordshire for Sin City, a night shot of London’s Soho.

Fancy your chances with #WexMondays? Every Monday, share your best shots from the previous week on a subject matter of their choice, tagging @wextweets and using the hashtag #WexMondays.

Every week, one winner, two runners-up and seven other shortlisted shots are selected by the Wex Photo Video judging panel based on technique and creativity, and allocated points on the #WexMondays leader board. The top three photographers with the most points accrued throughout the year are presented with the first, second and third place prizes in the Wex Photographer of the Year competition. Good luck!

Chroma © Dan Portch

Chroma © Dan Portch

Sin City © Dave Fieldhouse

Sin City © Dave Fieldhouse

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