I am extremely proud to announce that at this past weekend’s PPOC conference I earned my second accreditation! On April 16th 2016, I earned an Accreditation in Travel Illustration after a series of my travel photography passed a juried process at the Accreditation judging session in Calgary, Alberta.
I am extremely proud to announce that at this past weekend’s PPOC conference I got 3 out of 3 images selected for the National Image Salon! On May 1st 2017, I got 3 of my images selected for the Prestigious National Exhibition after a judging session in Ottawa, Ontario.
I am extremely proud to announce that I am officially a PPOC accredited photographer!
On February 7-8th I earned an Accreditation in Architectural after a series of my architectural work passed a juried process at the Accreditation judging session in London, Ontario.
With only 16 other photographers across Canada, 1 of them being in Atlantic Canada, and NO OTHER photographer in the Nova Scotia accredited in this category I am deeply humbled.
What is the PPOC?
Founded in 1946, the PPOC is a national association of photographers with the vision “to be Canada’s leaders in developing and maintaining the highest level of photographic excellence”. The PPOC connects photographers from across Canada, and inspires excellence through exposure to a diverse range of photographic techniques, while providing national competitions as a pinnacle of achievement.
So what does it mean to be accredited?
Professional Photographers must have an Read more
With a lot of pride I am able to say that on June 8th I was awarded as one of the youngest photographers, and the youngest Belgian, the title and quality label of Qualified European Photographer (QEP) at the QEP-judging session held in Riga, Latvia. I am also merely the 3th Belgian and 18th European photographer who is awarded this QEP-title in the category Architecture.