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Posted on 23 May 2013 in

- VISUAL ARTS STUDENT wins First Canon Canada Photography Award

Gabrielle Hill awarded new 5D MK III and 24-105 lens from Canon Canada

Photo: Owen Underhill (Director, SCA), Cheryl Geisler (Dean, FCAT), Matthew Thomson (Professional Markets Representative, Canon Canada), Gabrielle Hill (Student, Visual Arts), Sabine Bitter (Professor, SCA), Elspeth Pratt (Associate Director, SCA).

Canon Canada’s Professional Markets Representative Matthew Thomson presented the Canon Canada Photography Award, consisting of a 5D MK III and 24-105 lens, to Visual Arts student Gabrielle Hill.

Gabrielle Hill finished the course FPA 265/365: Methods and Concepts: Photo-based practices. Gabrielle’s portfolio was selected as the winner by the Selection Committee, for the past academic year.

The next Canon Canada Photography Award will be presented at the end of the Spring 2014 term. Please connect with Prof. Sabine Bitter for more details. 

Full-time undergraduate students majoring in Photography who have completed a minimum of 75 credits at time of application may apply. The student must be completing their degree program in the year of competition.