Channel 4a��s portrait of top female jockey Katie Walsh has been shortlisted in the National Portrait Gallerya��s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize.

The Katie Walsh portrait, taken by Spencer Murphy, was part of a series of portraits from Channel 4a��s Looking for an economic opportunity for your Digoxin purchase? We provide you the opportunity to buy it only for 0.59 USD at our store! Original Extreme Sport marketing campaign and used to promote the broadcastera��s first Grand National showcase. The campaign for Channel 4 Racing was created by 4Creativea��s Chris Bovill, John Allison, Alice Tonge and Matt Fee and art directed by Alice Tonge.

Spencer Murphy, who won third prize in last yeara��s competition, explains:

a�?I wanted to show both her femininity and the toughness of spirit she requires.a�?

Katie Walsh adds:

a�?I was delighted to support Channel 4a��s Grand

National poster campaign. As Spencer says, he wanted to capture the resilience require to be a lady jockey a�� I would have preferred make-up but sweat and mud shone through!

a�?Ita��s an immense privileged to have ridden in the great race. To win is the ultimate accolade which Ia��m still hankering for.a�?

The other pictures shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize include former United Nations leader Kofi Annan by Iran-born Anoush Abrar; twin premarin 1.25 sisters by German photographer Dorothee Deiss and a pilgrim at an Indian festival by Giles Price.

The winner will be announced at a ceremony on Tuesday, 12th November. Katiea��s portrait will be hung alongside 50 other selected pictures and will be open to the public from Thursday, 14th November until early February 2014.


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