We have shared several articles about the successes of talented Hungarian photographer Adrienn Vincze in the past couple of years. We are happy to announce that she keeps on amazing the juries of different awards shows. This year, she received honourable mentions at the Moscow International Foto Awards (MIFA) and the Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3).
At the MIFA, Adrienn was awarded an honourable mention in the Editorial-Environmental category for her photo ‘Endangered’. The same artwork was acknowledged at the PX3 in the Wildlife category.
What makes the photo so unique is that it was taken to commemorate the last male “Ceratotherium simum cottoni”, in other words, northern white rhinoceros.
Although the photo depicts another subspecies, the “Ceratotherium simum” or the white rhinoceros/ square-lipped rhinoceros, it managed to have an emotional impact on people and also attract attention to the losses Planet Earth suffers due to certain people.
Adrienn Vincze was born in Budapest, the capital city of Hungary. Since the early days, photo enthusiast Adrienn Vincze was fascinated with numerous various details of nature and wildlife.
She finds major inspiration in the world that surrounds us with rich details of flora and fauna, colours, those miracles of life often invisible to many people.
Graduated from the Corvinus University of Budapest as an Economist (MSc), besides she learns aetiology from books. Not only in photography but as an animal ambassador also in the protection of animals actively engaged. Adrienn Vincze is the first Hungarian photographer lady who got international awards in such different categories like nature/wildlife and other subcategories in nature, architecture, and photo manipulation on the international level.
Adrienn got her first award in nature/wildlife category in 2016 October, while she got awards in nature/wildlife and architecture category at the same time in New York. In 2017, she managed to win a prize in Photomanipulation category. Adrienn has a total of 20 international awards, including 5 Editorial Favourite Awards from
National Geographic, Washington.
She was awarded in London, Paris, New York, and Moscow.
She got her first gold award at the Moscow International Foto Awards 2017 where she gained 2 golds, 2 silvers, and 2 honourable mention awards. This was the first time a Hungarian photographer took away that many awards from a MIFA (Moscow International Foto Awards) competition. Currently Adrienn has 22 international awards including Honourable mention at Px3 2018 „Endangered” in wildlife category and MIFA 2018 „Endangered” in category „Environmental, Wildlife”.
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Source: Daily News Hungary, PX3 press release