Photo Story Panda Award

Photo Story Panda Award

For the first time in our 36 year history of the Panda Awards, we are celebrating the craft of wildlife photography with the introduction of the Wildscreen Photo Story Panda Award. We want to celebrate and recognise the very best in photographic narrative, uniting it alongside the world’s very best natural world film talent. To win is to have your work judged as one of the best examples in the natural world storytelling genre by the industry's most respected and accomplished leaders. A true career highlight and a powerful launch platform for emerging photo story talent.


Congratulations to the 2018 Photo Story Panda Award winners!

Doug Gimesy - Rescuing the Night Gardeners

Doug Gimesy documents one of the largest bats in the world, The Grey-Headed Flying-fox. Rescuing the Night Gardeners raises awareness around The Grey-Headed Flying-Fox's importance as a keystone species and pollinator in the ecosystem and highlights some of the stresses they are under.


Emerging Talent 

Luke Massey - High Rise Falcons

Luke Massey's High Rise Falcons follows Linda and Steve Perry, two peregrine falcons in the urban jungles and on the skyscraper ‘cliffs’ of Chicago, and the community of volunteers helping Chicago Peregrine Program to study the falcons.






















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