Cheltenham Business Wins National Photographer of the Year 2012 Award

Share this article

Cheltenham franchise owner Ben Higham has been crowned Photographer of the Year 2012 at the inaugural Photography for Little People National Photographic Awards.
The awards were judged by an independent panel from Vogue magazine with the winners announced at a glittering ceremony at Lumley Castle, County Durham on Friday evening.
Higham beat off stiff competition from all over the country to scoop the overall Photographer of the Year award 2012 as well as winning Best New Newborn Shot and Best Baby Shot (6-9 months).
His images were also short listed in a further three categories: Best Bump Shot, Best Baby Shot (up to 6 months) and Best Prop Shot.
Speaking about winning the prestigious award, Higham said: “I am totally amazed at winning the overall Photographer of the Year Award. I was happy enough that I had been short listed in so many categories, but to have won the overall award is just incredible. Having only started the business in May this year this is a real boost to my confidence and recognition of the hard work and time that has been put in to building up my local reputation”
Higham is the owner of Photography for Little People Cheltenham, who specialise in creating beautiful images of newborn babies, children and family groups.
Find out more about Photography for Little People at
Follow us on Facebook –
Follow us on Twitter – @PLPChelt

Source: Photography for Little People Cheltenham

Similar Articles

Don't Miss

Jobs in Newham

Large arrays of investment and employment opportunities have become more readily available over the last ten years. It has quickly become an East London hotspot for retail, dining and slick new city apartments.

Employees dismissal over COVID-19 infection fears at work is upheld by tribunal

The Covid 19 pandemic has brought up many varied concerns in the workplace for employers and employees alike. In the area of health and safety at work the pandemic has caused many changes and brought about new considerations and concerns. A recent tribunal, Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd., sheds light on the example of an employees' refusal to work on health and safety grounds, due to fear of contracting Covid 19.

Employment discrimination cases brought against

Five new lawsuits have been brought against Inc. by women who worked in corporate or warehouse management roles. They have accused the online retailer of gender bias, racial bias or both as well. Saying that the company favored men over women in their career growth as well as allowing supervisors to denigrate them and retaliate after complaints were lodged.