‘Bring me one of your favorite photographs and explain what it means to you.’
The winner will be invited to work at Perry's studio for one day as one of his assistants. They will also be given the opportunity to discuss their portfolio of work.
Perry Ogden is a photographer and filmmaker based in London. His photographs have appeared in magazines including Italian Vogue, L'Uomo Vogue, W, Face and Arena and he has also shot advertising campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Chloe and Calvin Klein. These have supplemented personal projects including the 'Pony Kids' photographs, which were published by Jonathan Cape/Aperture in 1999. Ogden's photographs of Francis Bacon's studio were published by Thames and Hudson in 2001 and have recently been exhibited at the Foundation Beyeler in Basle, Museu Serralves in Porto and the Foundation van Gogh in Arles. Since 1999, Ogden has been running the Ballymun Photo Project, in the Dublin suburb of Ballymun, enabling children from the Holy Spirit School to document the regeneration of Ballymun, the largest urban renewal project currently taking place in Europe. His first feature film 'Pavee Lackeen' was screened in Venice, Toronto, Ireland and at the London Film Festival.
Luke Sheehan's winning entry
‘A person with talent can make something amazing using little more than their imagination and some sort of blank canvas. Using an A2 sheet of paper and your imagination, "Amaze Me". ’
The winner will be invited to help Scott to create an A2 poster for the next Angry collection.
Scott Burnett is a designer based in Dublin. He studied Graphic Design at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen, and went on to work in photography in Glasgow and London. Since 1998,he has worked as senior designer at DesignWorks and Image Now, where his past projects have included the DesignWork's award-winning Christmas diary and the MTV Hits identity. In 2001, he launched his 'Angry' clothing line and limited edition products that is sold internationally in boutiques including Colette, Paris and Baycrews, Japan. Burnett has continued to work as a freelance art director and designer for clients including The Corn Exchange theatre group and the record company, Island UK.
Jason Butler's winning entry
‘A hat can take many forms but the one thing that is important to me is that it shows your personality. Show me some sort of headpiece that says something about you and demonstrates your creative flair.’
The winner will be invited to spend a day at Philip's atelier in London.
Philip Treacy is one of Britain's foremost milliners. Born in County Galway in Ireland, he attended the Royal College of Art in London and his 1990 graduation show gained him international recognition from the fashion industry. Treacy has won British Accessory Designer of the Year award five times and during his acclaimed career, he has worked with design houses including Chanel, Versace, Valentino, Thierry Mugler, Rifat Ozbek, Alexander McQueen and Givenchy. Treacy held his first solo show in 1993 in which Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Stella Tennant modeled the collection. Treacy has proceeded to show in New York and once a year at the Autumn/Winter collections in London.
Lucia Harrison's winning entry
‘Working in animation and filmmaking means we are constantly thinking about how to use the camera effectively and creatively as possible. Consider how you can use the limitations of the camera to put across your message, and amaze us in the most creative way possible.’
The winner will be given the opportunity to work for one week at DADDY headquarters in Dublin.
DADDY (Design Animation Design Design Yay) is the name of the animation and filmmaking team consisting of Enda Loughman and Mike Ahern. Based in Dublin, they have worked on various projects that have included music videos, short films and TV commercials. DADDY are currently working on their first joke book entitled DADDYs Bumper Book of 5000 Jokes which will be published in 2006.
Lovely Productions' (Lorcan Finnegan, Steve Courtney, Brunella Cocchiglia) winning entry
‘Perform your favourite song in your own style.’
The winner will receive tickets and a backstage pass to a live show in Dublin on New Years Eve.
The Chalets are a music group based in Dublin, made up of two girls and three boys. Their upbeat pop songs feature guitars, xylophones, keyboards and vocals. The group has been compared to the B52s as well as the Bis, the Breeders, Le Tigre and Melt Banana. The Chalets have recently released the debut album, 'Check In' which entered the Irish Charts at number fifteen.
The BotHead's winning entry
‘What's inside your bag is very secret and precious. The contents of a bag are very personal and can reveal a lot about you. Empty your bag out without changing what's inside, take a picture and amaze me.’
A work placement at my studio in Florence, helping to create unique bags and one off pieces for my collection. The winning image may also be used for the invitation to my next fashion week presentation.
Pauric Sweeney is an Irish-born fashion designer. He trained as an architect before relocating to London to focus on directional womenswear, accessories and jewellery. Hailed as the 'New London Look', Sweeney was invited to present his debut show at The Louvre during Paris Fashion Week in September 2000. He has continued to show his collections at venues such as The Royal Opera House as part of London Fashion Week. Sweeney has recently moved to Florence, Italy where he lives and works.
Susan Foxton's winning entry