Author Michael Morpurgo by the River Torridge near Iddesleigh, Devon, the setting of Henry Williamson's 1935 novel 'Salar the Salmon', for an article about his new introduction to the book.For the Independent on Sunday.
Angelina Jolie and son Maddox visit the Eden Project.
Rashid Khan, for a documentary about his personal journey and experiences as a Muslim during Ramadan.For Channel 4.
Linda Ashford-Buckle, of Exeter, for an article about surrendering life insurance policies.For Which?
"The Summit" - a production exploring what it takes to be a top athlete, shown as part of the RAW emerging arts platform, a collaboration between the University of Exeter Drama Department and the Exeter Northcott Theatre, to showcase work by students finishing their degree programme.
A student takes a taste-test as part of the application process for the Michal Caines Academy at Exeter College, to teach budding restauranteurs, chefs and waiters excellence in hospitality.For the Guardian.
Mohamed Mohamed, a Sports Science student at the University of Exeter, for a feature on university life.For the Guardian.
Olympic BMX racer and track cyclist Shanaze Reade, at Burnham-on-Sea BMX track, Somerset.For the Times.
Chef Sasha Matkevich of the Green Restaurant, Sherborne, Dorset, for a feature on using British truffles.For the Independent.
Poet Brian Patten, at home in Devon.For the Independent on Sunday.
Heritage Horticultural Skills Scheme trainees Debbie Decole and Gareth Jones at work in Dyffryn Gardens near Cardiff which has received help from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall Charles and Camilla visit the Eden Project in Cornwall during its 10th anniversary year.
Director and Choreographer Matt Bourne, right, and Designer Lez Brotherston during work on their production of Cinderella, set in World War Two, prior to the show's revival at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.For the Independent on Sunday.
Zahid Prajol, a PhD medical student at the University of Exeter, for a case study about postgraduate life.For a supplement in the Guardian.
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza set off for Burn the Curtain Theatre's production of The Adventures of Don Quixote by Bicycle.
Carl Haggerty, the Digital Communications Manager for Devon County Council, nominated for a Public Leader Award.For the Guardian.
Drs. Peter and Jane Aitken are Lifeboat Medical Advisors for the RNLI in Exmouth, Devon.For General Practitioner magazine.
Zoe Hodge, of Bideford, Devon, who came through serious illness whilst pregnant.For New! magazine.
Portrait of 'The Duke' in Burn the Curtain Theatre's production of Angela Carter's "A Company of Wolves".
Author Philip Reeve, at home near Dartmoor.For the Guardian.