Jack Sprosen Memorial Trophy for Digital Audio Visual Sequences
This competition is open to all members of the Photographic Society of New Zealand and members of affiliated clubs.
1st October: Entries open
4th November: Entries close at midnight
18th November Judging
25th November: Results announced by
Rules and Guidelines for JSMT 2018 are available here
Entry Form will be available here on 1st October
Jack Fredrick Sprosen FPSNZ HonFPSNZ ARPS, 1933-2005
Jack’s interest in camera clubs started in the 1950’s and continued through every year of his life. He was a photographer who successfully embraced black and white, colour, slides, audio visuals, digital and digital audio visuals. He was always willing to help others.
Jack was a key member of the Photographic Society of New Zealand – he served on Council; was President in 1996-97 and was a member of the Honours board.
So important was his contribution to PSNZ that Jack was awarded an Honorary Fellowship in 2001 (PSNZ’s highest honour).
The Sprosen family have donated a trophy in memory of Jack which is the purpose of this competition.
October 2017 Results
John Hodgson EFIAP/b, AV-AFIAP, AV-FAPS “Confession” winner of a Gold Medal and the Jack Sprosen Memorial Trophy, winner of the Theme Category
Helen Macleod APSNZ ‘Death is an Art’ winner of the Music, Poetry and Song Category
Bruce Burgess FPSNZ ‘Uluru’ winner of the Documentary Category
Bruce Burgess FPSNZ ‘Rainy Impressions’
Gail Stent APSNZ ‘The Precious Present’
Bob McCree FPSNZ ‘A Winter Soltice’
Gail Stent APSNZ ‘Human Impact’
Vonnie Cave MNZM HonFPSNZ, FPSNZ ‘The Marvellous Toy’
Vonnie Cave MNZM HonFPSNZ, FPSNZ: Floral Beauty
Jane Mackay: Ladakh, Land of High Passes
Helen McLeod APSNZ: The Sound of Silence
Karen Lawton: Alice
John Smart: Streets of Arklow
Liz Hardley FPSNZ, LRPS, EFIAP/b ASB Classic Women’s Finals Day 2017
Kevin Chong: Civic Theatre
Carolyn Hope APSNZ, Hidden Morocco – off the Tourist Trail
Sheryl Williams LPSNZ “Dancing Seed Swans”
Elaine Ashton APSNZ, LRPS: “The Monarch Butterfly Hatching on a Rare Blue Swan Plant”