Trenton Health Team Executive Director Gregory Paulson today awarded the #WhyILikeTrenton photo contest prize for #MostLikes to Adam Nawrot, for his action photo of a Trenton bicycle polo player receiving nearly 400 “likes.”
“The vibrant cycling community is one of those often-overlooked Trenton treasures,” Paulson said. “Adam’s photos–and others in the contest of neighbors, architecture, history or street scenes–showcase the many assets our city has to offer.”
Nawrot is one of three winners in the first annual #WhyILikeTrenton photo contest on Instagram. THT ran the contest throughout April to share pride in our city by highlighting Trenton’s assets and talent. The contest attracted more than 50 photos, with prizes awarded for #MostLikes, as well as to favorite photos selected by local celebrities mural artist Leon Rainbow, Harlem Globetrotter La”Keisha Sutton and fashion influencer Sino Lawery (Splash_Lifetstye).
Each winner will receive a $100 prize gift card and also may select a Trenton-based nonprofit, school, or faith-based organization to receive an additional $100 donation from THT.
Nawrot, a Mill Hill resident, is a filmmaker and photographer who regularly contributed to Climbing Magazine. He operates Safe Harbor Creative, a production company focused on the intersection of commercial and non-fiction storytelling, and works as a freelance DP. Adam’s work has taken him around the globe and is driven by a lifelong passion for exploration and storytelling. An avid cyclist, paddler, and climber, his filmmaking and photography is never too far removed from a core adventurous spirit.
Click here to see a photo gallery including Adam’s photo (opening image), followed by favorites selected by La’Keisha Sutton, Sino Lawery and Leon Rainbow, respectively, as well as all the wonderful contest photos showing #WhyILikeTrenton. #HealthyTrenton