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AIPP Epson State Awards winner gallery

The AIPP Epson State Awards has run its course, crowning winners in each Australian state and territory.

AIPP State AwardsThe Epson State Awards roll out across the country over three months, opening back in March for South Australia and Northern Territory, and concluding this week with the Australian Capital Territory.

The print-based contest has six core categories, with a total of 15 categories and awards handed out if the required number of entries are met. An overall State Professional Photographer of the Year is then selected from the category winners, based on an entrants’ four printed images.

Live judging events takes place, which is streamed to entrants and viewers who cannot be in attendance.

The awards are open to everyone, with the bulk of entries come from AIPP members.

Here’s a gallery of the 2019 AIPP State Epson Professional Photographers of the Year, along with other category winners.

Queensland Professional Photographer of the Year – Kris Anderson

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Queensland Commercial Photographer of the Year – Mark Duffus
Queensland Documentary Photographer of the Year – Mick Porter
Queensland Family Photographer of the Year – Selena Rollason
Queensland Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Robyn Finlayson
Queensland Landscape Photographer of the Year – Frances Suter
Queensland Nature Photographer of the Year – Liz Harlin
Queensland Newborn Photographer of the Year – Natarsha March
Queensland Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year – Renee Doyle
Queensland Portrait Photographer of the Year – Forough Yavari
Queensland Travel Photographer of the Year – Kris Anderson
Queensland Wedding Photographer of the Year – Murray Redpath
Queensland Emerging Photographer of the Year – Afshin Jafari
Queensland Student Photographer of the Year – Troy Lum
Highest Scoring Print – Stef Dunn
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Afshin Jafari
Print Handlers Award – Renee Doyle

New South Wales Professional Photographer of the Year – Peter Eastway

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New South Wales Commercial Photographer of the Year – Gavin Jowitt
New South Wales Documentary Photographer of the Year – Sarah Widnyana
New South Wales Family Photographer of the Year – Jodie Andrews
New South Wales Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Pamela Pauline
New South Wales Landscape Photographer of the Year – David Glazebrook
New South Wales Nature Photographer of the Year – Peter Eastway
New South Wales Newborn Photographer of the Year – Deb Muir
New South Wales Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year – Sarah Brown
New South Wales Portrait Photographer of the Year – Chris Elfes
New South Wales Travel Photographer of the Year – Ignacio Palacios
New South Wales Wedding Photographer of the Year – Lara Wiseman-Daniel
New South Wales Emerging Photographer of the Year – Federico Rekowski
New South Wales Student Photographer of the Year – David Groube
Highest Scoring Print – Peter Eastway
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Peter Blakeman

ACT Epson Professional Photographer of the Year – Kasey Funnell

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ACT Commercial Photographer of the Year – Kasey Funnell
ACT Documentary Photographer of the Year – Emily Hanna
ACT Family Photographer of the Year – Katie Kolenberg
ACT Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Lori Cicchini
ACT Landscape Photographer of the Year – Geoff Comfort
ACT Portrait Photographer of the Year – Robert Coppa
ACT Travel Photographer of the Year – Lib Ferreira
ACT Wedding Photographer of the Year – Kelly Tunney
ACT Student Photographer of the Year – Courtney Jonas
Highest Scoring Print – Kasey Funnell
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Glenn Martin


Victoria Professional Photographer of the Year – Keren Dobia

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Victoria Commercial Photographer of the Year – Sarah Jackson
Victoria Documentary Photographer of the Year – Jayne McLean
Victoria Family Photographer of the Year – Nancy Flammea
Victoria Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Rebecca Croft
Victoria Landscape Photographer of the Year – Mieke Boynton
Victoria Nature Photographer of the Year – Joshua Holko
Victoria Newborn Photographer of the Year – Tiffany Selzer
Victoria Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year – Belinda Richards
Victoria Portrait Photographer of the Year – Keren Dobia
Victoria Travel Photographer of the Year – Steve Scalone
Victoria Wedding Photographer of the Year – Frank Cecconi
Victoria Emerging Photographer of the Year – Jackie Winkelman
Victoria Student Photographer of the Year – Deborah Brown
Highest Scoring Print – Keren Dobia
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Mieke Boynton

Tasmania Professional Photographer of the Year – Matt Palmer

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Tasmania Commercial Photographer of the Year – Paul Hoelen
Tasmania Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Suellen Cook
Tasmania Landscape Photographer of the Year – Matt Palmer
Tasmania Portrait Photographer of the Year – Peta Nikel
Tasmania Emerging Photographer of the Year – Hannah Barker
Tasmania Documentary Photographer of the Year – Andrew McConachy
Highest Scoring Print – Suellen Cook
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Paul Hoelen

South Australia Professional Photographer of the Year – Mark Zed

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South Australia Commercial Photographer of the Year – Mark Zed
South Australia Documentary Photographer of the Year – Benjamin Liew
South Australia Family Photographer of the Year – Karen Pfeiffer
South Australia Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Gee Greenslade
South Australia Landscape Photographer of the Year – David Evans
South Australia Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year – Mark Trumble
South Australia Portrait Photographer of the Year – Naomi Bubner
South Australia Travel Photographer of the Year – Kelly Champion
South Australia Wedding Photographer of the Year – Luke Simon
South Australia Emerging Photographer of the Year – David Dahlenburg
South Australia Student Photographer of the Year –Rebecca Joannou
Highest Scoring Print – David Evans
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Diana Fernie

Western Australia Professional Photographer of the Year – Mark Brierley

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Western Australia Commercial Photographer of the Year – Mark Brierley
Western Australia Documentary Photographer of the Year – Belle Verdiglione
Western Australia Family Photographer of the Year – Jessica Truscott
Western Australia Illustrative Photographer of the Year – Leah Kennedy
Western Australia Landscape Photographer of the Year – Tony Hewitt
Western Australia Nature Photographer of the Year – Mat Beetson
Western Australia Newborn Photographer of the Year – Mel Cieslik
Western Australia Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year – Alex Cearns
Western Australia Portrait Photographer of the Year – Simone Addison
Western Australia Travel Photographer of the Year – Julie Kerbel
Western Australia Wedding Photographer of the Year – Steve Hughes
Western Australia Emerging Photographer of the Year – Barbara Brown
Western Australia Student Photographer of the Year – Dijana Jovanovic
Highest Scoring Print – Barbara Brown
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Mark Brierley
Print Handlers Award – Belle Verdiglione

Northern Territory Professional Photographer of the Year – William Carroll

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Northern Territory Documentary Photographer of the Year – Navin Chandra
Northern Territory Illustrative Photographer of the Year – William Carroll
Northern Territory Landscape Photographer of the Year – Tania Malkin
Northern Territory Wedding Photographer of the Year – George Fragopoulos
Northern Territory Portrait Photographer of the Year – William Carroll
Northern Territory Emerging Photographer of the Year – Pamela Mills
Highest Scoring Print – Tania Malkin
Epson Signature Worthy Award – Tania Malkin

Click here to visit the AIPP State Awards website.

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