BergHind Joseph Launches Annual Photography Competition

October 14, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Competitions | Comment |

BergHind Joseph has launched its annual photo competition, whose theme is ‘Leadership’. Photographs should be taken in the context of how you interpret the theme. Categories for the final submission(s) should be labelled under one of the following areas: Motivation, Collaboration, Promotion, Achievement, Initiative, Decisiveness, Engagement and Inspiration. You may enter up to four photos.until Friday, 16 December 2011. Photos may be submitted by post to BergHind Joseph Photographic Competition, The Leathermarket 8.1.1, Weston Street, London, SE1 3ER or via email to As always we recommend that you read the rules as well as the terms and conditions before submitting any of your photos.

Press Release

BergHind Joseph launches annual photo competition

Creative Communications Practice BergHind Joseph is launching a new competition to recognise the role of photography in corporate communications.

BergHind Joseph’s joint Creative Director, Smith Joseph, says, “Great pictures help communicate values in a way that words alone cannot.  We want to find people who have the eye and the ability to take stunning images which convey the theme of our first ever competition – leadership - and reward them through an exhibition of the work as well as some great prizes.  We believe that leadership is a combination of values, such as motivation, decisiveness, engagement and inspiration, which when combined makes that vital difference – that is what we are asking entrants to our competition to demonstrate.”

The creative communications practice chose the competition theme because it believes that the best leaders inspire and liberate creativity to get solutions which may surprise but ultimately achieve great results.  Every year BergHind Joseph create communications materials that demonstrate how its clients are leaders in their fields. That is why it is asking keen photographers to show how they perceive leadership, and how it can be encapsulated in the click of a button.

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