How do social issues shape our lives?
A group of teenage photographers attempted to answer this question with their cameras. Each 14-to-18-year-old submitted a picture encapsulating how the world is changing and how it affects them, their families, friends and communities as a whole.
The overall winner was 16-year-old Maddy Turner, with her portrait about diversity in the media.
In her image, she tries to highlight the inadequacies of representation of racial diversity in the media and fashion industries.
"This photograph shows how a lack of diversity can make people more self-conscious about their skin colour," she says.
Here are the other finalists’ work