A budding photographer with Down’s Syndrome has wowed judges to reach the finals of an international competition.
Robbie Snowden from Bampton submitted his photo ‘Tree Canopy’ to the Down’s Syndrome Association’s ‘My Perspective’ photography competition. Robbie has made the final several times in previous years and came in joint second place in 2017.
The competition is open to people with Down’s syndrome from across the world. This year entries came from as far away as Iran, Canada, USA, Australia and India.
Robbie said: “I feel very good about being shortlisted again. When I came joint second, I was interviewed by BBC Somerset. I had great fun. I like being famous and well known.
“I like being good at photography and getting better by learning more. My Family are very important to me. I like to make them proud.”