EMAVG COMPETITION RESULTS – 2018/2019 season

Annual Competition 2019
Our Annual Competition was held on 12th January and judged by John Gibbs FACI. He made the following awards:

1st Place, winner of the Caroline Trophy and winner of the the Audience Vote for the Foursome Trophy
"Reflections" by Malcolm Imhoff
An image from "Reflections"
An image from "Reflections"
 

Runner Up, winner of the Ken Abbott Trophy
"Culture, Customs & Kids" by Malcolm Imhoff
An image from "Culture, Customs & Kids"
An image from "Culture, Customs & Kids"
 

Winner of the Elston Trophy for best Intermediate worker
"Uncovered" by Keith Watson
An image from "Uncovered"
An image from "Uncovered"
 

Award for best voiceover production and winner of the Maggie Imhoff Trophy
"First Love" by Keith Watson
An image from "First Love"
An image from "First Love"
 


The Audience Vote
Winner of the Audience Vote and the Foursome Trophy:
Keith Watson with "Uncovered"
2nd "Walking With Grief" by Malcolm Imhoff
3rd "First Love" by Keith Watson
An image from "Uncovered"
An image from "Uncovered"
 

An image from "Walking With Grief"
An image from "Walking With Grief"
 

An image from "First Love"
An image from "First Love"
 



60 Second Competition
The winner was Jose' Currant with "Be With Us Yet"
An image from "Be With Us Yet"
An image from "Be With Us Yet"
 

Second was "Is This The World" by Graham Neville
and Third was "Beside The Sea" by Keith Watson

The Friendship Trophy Competition
Judged by the members, the results were:

1st and winner of the Friendship Trophy - Keith Watson with "On Golden Ponds"
An image from "On Golden Ponds"
An image from "On Golden Ponds"
 

2nd - "My City" by Dave Cooke
An image from "My City"
An image from "My City"
 

3rd - "The January Man" by Malcolm Imhoff
An image from "The January Man"
An image from "The January Man"
 


Many of the images submitted by EMAVG can be seen in the Photo Gallery.

Competition Results

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