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The Qantas Spirit Of Youth Awards 365 (SOYA 365) has been the leading grants program for emerging creative talent for over seven years.
SOYA365 is a creative melting pot spanning 11 key creative disciplines including interactive gaming, music, writing, film making, architecture and more.
SOYA provides practical support in the form of an overseas trip and tickets to the hottest industry events and experiences that money can’t buy plus $5,000 in cash.
But the real incentive is the opportunity to build a professional mentoring relationship with creative leaders like Marc Newson, Zimmermann, Ashley Ringrose and Brad Eldridge from Soap Creative, Lee Groves and Liz Ann Macgregor, helping young innovators expand their horizons, build up their business base, and learn the ropes from leading industry icons and some of the greatest creative minds in the world.
Last year SOYA attracted over 10,000 entries submitted by over 1600 young artists, designers, filmmakers, photographers and musicians. In the seventh year of the Awards, we look forward to recognising the work of a new generation and giving talented Australians the financial and professional support they need to share their work with the world.
I just dug up some old ‘behind the scenes’ photographs from our Hi Summer shoot I thought i would share with you! These were taken a few months back on our campaign shoot. We shot at the beautiful Byron Bay View Farm with the lovely Christine Rose from Viviens models. The talented Ali Mitton shot the campaign, Jesse Mccormack worked with us as the videographer and we had the help of Ashlea Penfold for hair and make up, and Bonnie Macleod to assist with styling! We had so much fun on the shoot, I wish we could do it all over again!
She has been taking pictures for as long as she remember, but photographer Ali Mitton didn’t start getting obsessive with photography until her mid teens. Inspired by youth culture, fashion, an honest moment & love, Ali’s wistful dreamlike and nostalgic style was noticed by the judges from the Mooks X Monster Children Art Space Competition. Ali has made a name for herself with her beautiful images, with each one telling its own individual story.
Now on the fast track to success, Ali’s work has been featured in many magazines including Peppermint, Antler, Monster Children, Astonish, Culture and Cake. She has also been selected as a national finalist in Projections, ‘Australias best emerging photographer’ award, and has featured in her own sold out exhibition at the Retrospect Galleries.
Ali Mitton has also shot our Summer 11, Hi Summer 11 and Winter campaigns and has become apart of our Eden family.
Fore more on Ali Mitton CLICK HERE!