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Photographer: Muriel Daley, Janeville, NB
Taken: 03 April 2019
Location: Janeville, NB
A Walk in the Woods
Photographer: Mary Beth Gorey
Taken: 11 March 2020
Location: Fredericton area, NB
Photographer: Johannes Doemer
Saint John, NB
Taken: 27 July 2019
Location: St. John River, Saint John, NB
We are grateful to our 3 judges, who were chosen from around the province and were generous with their time and professional experience to review all submissions received and offer a few comments for each photographer.
NOEL CHENIER, from Rothesay, is an award winning photographer and educator. He spent two decades working as a photographer for the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal and currently teaches photography full-time at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. His work has been published and displayed across North America. He also teaches a variety of photography courses, and has created the Learn Photo365 app for iOS and Android to inspire photographer and help them improve their photographs.Find out more info on his app and courses at www.learnphoto365.com. You can see his photography at www.noelchenier.ca and follow him on Instagram at www.instagran.com/nchenier
After attaining his PhD in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, JORDAN PINDER spent five years working in a cancer research lab before returning to his hometown of Miramichi, New Brunswick with his family to turn his passion for photography into a full-time career. Specializing in composite and sports photography, Jordan also creates personal and meaningful keepsakes of weddings, family photos, graduation or fun and unique portraits of your four-legged friend.He has also moonlighted as a staff writer for the internationally acclaimed photography news and education website Fstoppers.com. Check out his work at jordanpinder.com or on instagram at instagram.com/pinderjb.
ANDY TREE is a Fredericton-based photographer with a passion for all things wedding and engagement. He has spent over a decade capturing the moments and memories of hundreds of couples around the Atlantic provinces, with a focus on real moments and raw emotion. You can view Andy’s work on his website, www.andytree.com, or follow him at instagram.com/andy.tree