The Irwin Mitchell And Meningitis Now Photography Competition: No Limits!
No Limits is an online photography competition organised by Irwin Mitchell and held in association with national charity Meningitis Now. After a successful 2013 competition, we’re now excited to announce the winners of No Limits 2014.
There are three categories in the competition, with two winners in each category, one in the ‘18 and over’ age group and one in the ‘17 and under’ age group. Each winner received an iPad. Our judging panel also selected an overall winner, who was awarded £200 in Amazon vouchers and a 12-month subscription to Photography Monthly, as well as an iPad.
The categories are:
Overall Winner (And 'Ambition 18 And over' Category Winner)
'Just Keep Climbing' by Jodie Kane
Ambition ’17 And Under’ Category Winner
‘Achieving And Loving It’ by Pauline Wheeler
Independence ’18 And Over’ Category Winner
‘Tom Laughing At The Sea’ by Rod Pugh
Independence ’17 And Under’ Category Winner
‘Benjamin Enjoying His Walking Frame’ by Kelly Cameron
People ’18 And Over’ Category Winner
‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ by Colin McDonnell
People ’17 And Under’ Category Winners
“Yes!” by Josh Jump
"Twins" by Lewis Brazier
Thanks To Our Judges
We had so many great entries that it was very difficult for our judges to agree on the winners. Thank you to all of our judges, listed below, for making the tough decisions.
- Sue Davie, Chief Executive of Meningitis Now, a charity formed in 2013 by bringing together Meningitis UK and Meningitis Trust
- Colonel John Etherington OBE, National Clinical Director for Rehabilitation and Recovering in the Community NHS England. John is a consultant in Rheumatology and Rehabilitation Medicine and Director of Defence Rehabilitation. He is responsible for policy and plans in Rehabilitation across the Armed Forces. Previously Clinical Director at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Headley Court, he has been involved in the development of complex trauma rehabilitation services during the recent conflicts.
- Drew Forsyth, a photographer whose work has featured in the Guardian and also worked with the Cerebral Palsy Midlands Heritage Project, celebrating 50 years of CP Midlands Centre.
- Alison Eddy, specialist medical negligence solicitor and Regional Managing Partner of our London Office
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The Three Categories:
- In this category, we are looking for people to capture the moment when someone who is working hard to achieve their ambitions and realise their full potential, no matter how large or small the task.
- The 'Independence' category should include images that promote independent living, inclusion within the local community and the positive impact this has on the disabled person and their family.
- In the 'People' category, we are looking for photos which show the qualities, personalities and characteristics that make people distinctive and unique, not only their impairment or condition.
- Terms & Conditions
- Terms and conditions for Irwin Mitchell's No Limits! competition.
- Terms & Conditions