Biggleswade snapper earns top industry qualification

PUBLISHED: 14:03 13 October 2018

Biggleswade's Phoebe Berridge (second right) has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association. Picture: Phoebe Berridge

Biggleswade's Phoebe Berridge (second right) has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association. Picture: Phoebe Berridge

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A photographer from Biggleswade has earned the top qualification in her profession for her “outstanding” portraits.

Biggleswade's Phoebe Berridge has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association. Picture: Phoebe BerridgeBiggleswade's Phoebe Berridge has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association. Picture: Phoebe Berridge

Phoebe Berridge has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association after her work was judged by a panel of industry experts.

They described Phoebe’s work as sheer quality, stunning and outstanding.

“It’s the hardest qualification to achieve within the photographic profession, as it takes a great deal of time, work and dedication to your art to reach this level,” she said.

“Reaching the required high standards of this qualification is such a massive achievement.

Biggleswade's Phoebe Berridge has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association. Picture: Phoebe BerridgeBiggleswade's Phoebe Berridge has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Master Photographer Association. Picture: Phoebe Berridge

“Not only do you have to submit an extensive panel of photographic images, which are displayed and judged in front of five highly respected fellows of the industry, but you also must produce an in depth working profile, about your work and business practices.”


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