CAPIC NEWS | Rodeo 10
CAPIC is delighted to announce the winners of the 2018 Rodeo 10 student contest! Visual arts students from across the country competed for national exposure and an array of great prizes. Submissions this year were exceptional and CAPIC is celebrating this next generation of image creators.
1st place: Aidan Zecchel, Ballcap Lense Seaside | Capilano University
2nd place: Maude Duchesne, RAW/BRUTE | Cégep du Vieux Montréal
3rd place: Liann Huang, Tunnel Vision | Capilano University
Runners up: Courtney Lamb, Never Grow Up | Capilano University & Paris Escandon, Struggle | School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa
1st place: Jennifer Panata, Portrait in Red | Capilano University
2nd place: Teresa Cantu, Kelli | Capilano University
3rd place: Isaac Mak, Walk | Capilano University
Runners up: Alex Joucov, Social Anxiety | Capilano University & Danielle Adams, We all Fall | Capilano University
Check out the top 10 winning entries here.
The top 10 works on display as a part of CAPIC Exhibition 2018 in Toronto.
photo credit: Calvin Lee
photo credit: Calvin Lee
CAPIC Rodeo 10 Jurors
All submissions to Rodeo 10 were judged by a volunteer panel of industry professionals. Thank you to our 2018 Jurors!
Christian Fleury was born in Sorel, Quebec in 1965. He bought his first camera at Value Village in Victoria, BC in 87, dipped his hands in a lab in Toronto in 89 and held reflectors in Montreal in 91.
Today, Christian makes a living by photographing and filming people, places and work. His photographs have illustrated many publications such as Time Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Québec Sciences and the Guardian. He also regularily works with large companies and institutions such as BMO, Canderel, Safran, University of Montreal. He shoots in a documentary style using a mixture of patience, intuition and perspective.
On a more social side, Christian is co-founder of l’Archipel, a groupe of seven artists sharing space, equipment, ideas, projects and wine. He also has been involved with CAPIC as student VP, council member and national president.
Rita Godlevskis is the Editor and Publisher of PhotoED Magazine. She has more than ten years of experience in photography based, creative media work, in Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. She has worked across multiple platforms with a diverse range of projects in her portfolio in editorial, creative production and marketing contexts.
Professional assignments of note include photo editing for magazines such as Toronto Life, Australian Women’s Weekly and Canadian House&Home. Rita has a Masters in Creative Media from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, specialising in photography, and has exhibited her work in Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
Photo Editor Dolores Gubasta owns and runs Canadian photo assignment agency, KlixPix. She has kept her “Good Eye” on the Canadian magazine and corporate scene, setting up thousands of shoots across the country and around the world. Her ability to zoom in on great photographers and expose emerging talent keeps her on the cutting edge of current photography styles. Her stable of tried and true talented photographers have been working with her for many years.
Dolores has been visual judge for the National Magazine Awards and CAPIC Rodeo and does portfolio reviews for many photo panels such as SNAP! the AIDS Committee of Toronto photo auction. She also curates photo exhibitions in Toronto.
Throughout her career Dolores has promoted copyright reform and helped both clients and photographers understand the ins and outs of the copyright movement in Canada.
Born and raised in Niagara-on the Lake Ron graduated from the Sheridan College design program in 1973 and then went on to graduate from the Ontario College of Art (OCAD) in 1976. Since then Ron has made his home in Toronto where he has been creating images for such publishers as Scholastic Canada, Scholastic USA, McGraw-Hill USA, Nelson Canada, Harper Collins USA, Harcourt USA, Houghton Mifflin, Scott Foresman USA, Chickadee Magazine, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail and Harlequin. Has also created images for major corporations such as Hasbro USA, Fisher Price USA, Nestle, Dare, John Deere USA, Barbara’s Bakery USA, Effem Foods, Dole, S.C. Johnson USA, Cost Plus World Market USA, Fidelity USA, Canada Life, Bick’s Pickles, Sobeys, Metro, Wal-Mart, Sony, King Oscar (Norway), Del Monte, and Purina Canada & many others.
In the past Ron has participated on several judging panels for the Governor General’s Literary Awards for Children’s Illustration (Canada Council for the Arts).
Barbara Spurll is a Toronto artist who is best known for breathing life into the characters she creates, whether the subject matter be animal or human. Her client roster ranges from academic institutions to commercial corporations and includes companies such as McDonalds, Nabisco, National Wildlife Federation, Oxford University Press, Purina, Scholastic Inc., Storck Canada and Time Inc. Her illustrations have won her numerous awards over the years. Barbara’s
continuing refinement of her craft and her enthusiasm for watercolour and paper have taken her illustration style into new territory as reflected in her new portraiture work
Sue Todd is a professional illustrator of books, magazines, posters and other print material for children and adults. Her technique is digital linocut. Sue is an Associate of the Ontario College of Art, now OCADU. After graduation Sue picked up a piece of linoleum and began carving. She fell in love with printmaking and has combined it with technology to colour her prints in Photoshop. Sue feels she has the best of two worlds, digital and analog.