Have your selfie exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery for its new exhibition

As some of you may be aware, I have been working with Huawei a lot since last summer. I took part in its advertising campaigns for the P9 phone and was taken to Paris to promote the Huawei Honor 8. It has been a real joy working with the PR team as they are a wonderful group of people. Recently the team contacted me to inform me that Huawei is working with the Saatchi Gallery for its new upcoming exhibition.

It is an international competition and what both brands are on the lookout for is your very best creative selfies. Entries need to take the form of a photographic selfie & they are encouraging you to be experimental and innovative that take the selfie in exciting new directions.

The prize will be judged by a panel of renowned artists and forward-thinkers. The ten shortlisted winners will also receive Huawei’s newest smartphone, and the overall winner will receive a priceless photographic experience, to be announced at a later date.

The competition is connected with the Saatchi Gallery and Huawei upcoming exhibition which opens on 31st March 2017, called From Selfie to Self-Expression which explores the history of selfies – from the days of Spanish painter Diego Velázquez to the present day. It will celebrate the creative potential of self expression, widely shared by hundreds of millions, across popular social platforms.

The competition ends on 12th March and the overall winner is be announced at the launch of the Show at the Saatchi Gallery in London on 30th March 2017.

So get creative, start taking selfies (I know you already do) and submit your best creative selfies at: http://www.saatchigallery.com/selfie/. Good luck and do enter as you might just actually win!

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