Winners Of The IET Engineering And Technology Photographer Of The Year 2019
This week we announced the winners who demonstrated the ingenuity, breadth and vibrancy of engineering and technology from the 450 entries received from young people and adults across the world. Photos were submitted to five categories: Design and Production; Digital; Environment and Energy; Structure and Transport.
Supported by Amateur Photographer magazine and fronted by the Gadget Show’s Georgie Barrat, the Engineering & Technology Photographer of the Year 2019 was launched earlier in the year and was open to any photograph of an engineering-related subject that captures the dynamic, creative and progressive face of engineering and engineers today.
The overall winner was Dibs McCallum for his photo ‘Crumbling Power Station Desk at Sunrise’, which captures an abandoned power station awaiting demolition. His photo highlights the engineering and industrial change we are going through; how technology is continually advancing and how we now rely on new and modern technologies in our everyday lives.
All winners are:
- Ignor Roncevic winner of the Design & Production category
- Artur Magdziarz winner of the Digital category
- Dibs McCallum winner of the Environment and Energy category
- Arjun Shukla winner of the Structure category
- Amitava Chandra winner of the Transport category
- Joe Syer winner of the Design & Production category
- Katy Read winner of the Digital category
- Leah Kalmus winner of the Environment and Energy category
- Nathan Phua winner of the Structure category
- Nathan Phua winner of the Transport category
- Arpan Chowdhury winner of the best smart phone photo across all categories
The winning and highly commended photos will be featured in Savoy Place later this year.
To view the winning photographs, please visit the IET Engineering & Technology Photographer of the Year 2019 website