Announcing: Portfolio Contest Winners

After an exciting voting round with 2,389 votes, the official winners of the MagCloud Portfolio Contest have been selected!

Grand Prize Winner: Sean McCloskey
Sean’s portfolio showcases his 15 years of concert photography experience and trust us – the images do not disappoint. Sting, Sheryl Crow, Prince and David Bowie all grace the pages of this 83-page montage of music heavyweights on stage and in their element.

Click here to view and purchase Sean’s winning portfolio, or read more about Sean and his photography on his website.

Runner-up Winner: Cemal Ekin
Cemal’s submission shows off the architectural beauty of the famed Hagia Sophia museum in Istanbul. Views from all angles make this structure shine in a most deserving light.

Click here to view and purchase Cemal’s amazing work, or visit his MagCloud profile and follow him on Twitter.

Runner-up Winner: Jeremiah Johnson
Jeremiah draws a close relationship between photography, design and architecture in his portfolio. His extensive experience in the field is chronicled in his 46-page submission. We encourage you to take a look.

Click here to view and purchase Jeremiah’s submission, or see more of his work on his website.

We want to thank each of these great creative professionals as well as everyone who submitted an entry to our Portfolio Contest and voted. A very special thanks to our wonderful sponsors: Wacom, Pantone and MyFonts. Our winners got some truly amazing prizes.

8 thoughts on “Announcing: Portfolio Contest Winners

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  2. johnhhall 27 Jan 2012 / 7:55 AM

    A great set of winners but for me, the best designed book was Jeremiah Johnson’s – a true tour de force!

  3. Brenda Lindfors 31 Jan 2012 / 11:14 AM

    These are really fun to see. Such a variety of styles and work. Thanks for sharing them.

  4. plattepro 31 Jan 2012 / 5:53 PM

    Awesome picks! Congrats to all the Winners!

  5. michelle 3 Feb 2012 / 10:15 AM

    Exactly! The other two were boring in comparison. I suppose it was just a popularity contest… Shame.

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