Photographer Ben Wrigley Wins Big With Parkway Drive Shot


Massive congratulations to Ben Wrigley (Third Eye Visuals) for winning the June Moshcam Photography Award with his epic shot of Parkway Drive tearing up Penrith Panther’s Club. Ben’s work wins him a $100 voucher from RGB Digital printing.

Ben had only been shooting photos for a year before the renowned metalcore band asked him to document their Australian Ire Tour.

“I took a photograph of the band at the Live it Up festival – which they shared on social media – and it went on to become their most liked photograph on Facebook.  So I swung them an email and was like, ‘Hey let me come tour with you guys, cause I guess your fans really enjoy my work and I think I can capture your show pretty well.’  They said yes, so I did the Australian Ire Tour and we’ve been mates ever since.”

Read our full interview with Ben here.

Violent Soho
Violent Soho, Jared Leibowitz

The Moshcam Photography Awards launched last month in order to reward excellence in live rock n’ roll photography and is open to everyone and anyone!  The Awards have already seen thousands of incredible entries, with the winners on display here.  A voting team comprised of industry photographers (Peter Dovgan, Belinda Dipalo and Josh Groom) and the Moshcam staff select four weekly winners to be featured on the Photography Awards page.

The Rubens, Bobby Rein
The Rubens, Bobby Rein

The panel then selects a monthly winner to win a prize from one of our industry sponsors.  Next month’s prize is a $100 voucher from Smile Please vintage cameras so get snapping now!  For full details on how to enter – click here.

Dee Minor & The Dischords, Glen Morgan
Dee Minor & The Dischords, Glen Morgan

All weekly winners also go in the running for exciting prizes at the Annual Award Ceremony to be held in Sydney next year, with the winners determined by guest judges.

Cheers to the legends at RGB for their support this month!


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