Congratulations to Christoforos Charalambous (BICV Group), who won the prize for “Best Poster Presentation” at the 6th IET Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention, held in London, 15-17 July 2015. This study – at the boundary between biomechanics and biometrics – investigates how viewing angle affects the performance of identity recognition using a person’s gait, particularly through the use of joint kinematics. Chris visualised how the accuracy of identity recognition varies with the spatial relationship between a security camera and the trajectory of a person captured using that camera. In addition, he showed how the accuracy of model-based gait recognition depends on the elevation angle of the camera, information which is likely to be useful for companies installing surveillance equipment. Chris’s prize was sponsored by the IEEE.