Images taken by keen amateur photographer from Ealing have been chosen to appear in two nationwide exhibitions.
Andrew Zemek’s pictures were chosen, amongst others, from a competition run jointly by billboard brand beframeus (part of JCDecaux) and Amateur Photographer magazine.
The competition invited entries that celebrated life in cities, with the prize of a stunning showcase of photographic winning work running throughout May across digital screens nationwide.
Mr Zemek’s winning landscape entries included a shot taken of St Paul’s and a view across the Thames to the Shard.
His were among 80 winning images selected from over 500 entries.
They will run across huge landscape digital screens in major rail stations nationwide, including: Birmingham, Brighton, Charing Cross, Cannon Street, Edinburgh, Euston, Fenchurch St, Glasgow, King’s Cross, Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street, London Bridge, Liverpool Street, Manchester Piccadilly, Newcastle, St Pancras, Victoria, and Waterloo.
Mr Zemek, 59, a mining consultant, said: “I am really pleased to be a winner in this competition, I’ve always loved photography and I carry my camera with me everywhere.
"London is a great city to photograph, there is always something going on.
"I’ve told my friends and family to look out for my pictures across the UK. It’s a nice idea to give exposure to amateur photographers and it brightens up the screens too.”
Russell Gower, creative content director at JCDecaux, said: “Our channel reaches millions of urbanites every day and so it was a fantastic opportunity to work with Amateur Photographer to create content that will inspire and entertain audiences UK-wide. The standard of entries was exceptionally high, and we look forward to seeing the work across our screens this May.”
Amateur Photographer editor Nigel Atherton said: “Our readers are passionate about photography and this amazing showcase has given them a unique chance to see their work and their name made famous on big screens nationwide.”
The gallery will be shown across landscape and portrait screens, reaching 40% of the UK population and will include major rail hubs and major shopping destinations nationwide.