Susan Moss Photography
Susan's Latest Awards
March - Canon Clique Awards 2022 one of Susan's images achieved the top 100.
January – Photographer of the Year 2022 Susan's image reached the Top 50 in Animal & Nature and also received two Highly commended and two commended awards in the Single image category.
December - 360 degrees Photographic Awards 1st People Catergory 'Mending the Nets' which also received a Silver Award. Another Silver and three Bronze awards were received.
August - Susan won 4 Silver awards and a Bronze in the Better Photography Magazine's Photographerof the Year 2022. Her image of a man reading the paper in Delhi awarded silver also placed in Top 20
Susan won five Highly Commended Awards in the Capture Magazine Mono Awards
July -Susan had two of her images selected in the top 100 to hang in the WA Photographic Salon exhibition in the Central Park foyer in Perth from July 14 -24 2022
Susan's work has been awarded in the York Photography Awards a Highly Commended.
May - Capture Magazine's Emerging Photographer Susan was awarded two Highly Commended
March - the City of Wanneroo Community Art Awards for 2020 were announced, they had been delayed by covid closures till then!
Susan won 1st Prize in the Photo, Film and Digital Media category with a $1400 prize with her framed image 'Down the S Bend' which was taken on her last China Photography Tour in Xiapu 2019
Susan's work awarded in the Capture Magazine's Mono Awards two Highly Commended & three commended. In their Emerging Photographer Awards one commended award
Photographer of the Year Award Susan received one commended
Better Photography Magazine Photographer of the Year Susan received two silver and two bronze awards
Susan's image 'Mending the Nets' won 1st prize in the category of 'Work and Study' It was taken on her Photography tour to China in Xiapu 2019
Her image 'Early Morning on the Li River was awarded Highly Commended. It then went onto to be selected one of four images from the over 700 world wide images received in the competition to be hung in an exhibtion at the Lau Gallery Kings College in London for a week and then sold at auction to raise funds for charity in October 2021. This image was taken on her tour in China 2018