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Winners 2012/13

The Ralph Smith Audio Visual Trophy.................................................Adrian White
The Premier Trophy............................................................ .......David Firth LRPS
The Exclusive Trophy............................................................ .......No eligible entries
The Roger Price Trophy.........................................................................Adrian White

Great Yorkshire AV Day - Sunday 6th April 2014

Please note our new venue is Leeds Trinity University, Brownberrie Lane, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5HD
Starting time 10.30 am


Malcolm Imhoff FRPS FACI(M) & Maggie Imhoff

Malcolm is the current National Audio Visual Champion, having won this prestigious award last September, and he will hold this title for two years. He is an experienced and prolific producer of AVs having been making audio visual programmes for twenty-eight years. He enjoys communicating his interests in travel, landscapes, mountaineering, and music. He has developed a personal style in which excellence in photography, skill in the use of sound, and the creation of rhythm in the production, are interwoven to engage the emotions of the audience. He is passionate about the power of AV to touch people's hearts, and is keen to encourage others in the medium.

He has received much recognition in both National and International Festivals. Some of his well-known award-winning sequences include “Carnival in Venice”, “Watch where you're putting your feet”, “Matterhorn People”, “The Spaghetti Tour”, “Trekking in Nepal”, "The Stain in the Snow", "A Snapper in Tokyo", "Gnossienne No.1", “Land of the Thunder Dragon”, "An Autumn Adagio", "The Grand Circle", and "Soul Music". He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and has served on both the RPS Audio-Visual Distinctions Panel and the PAGB Audio-Visual Distinctions Panel. In 2007 he was Chairman of the Jury at the National AV Festival. He has just been recognised as a Fellow of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers and awarded the "Master of Audio Visual Arts", only the third person to have received this honour.

Maggie has gained a reputation for her personal approach. She was awarded the Pollock Medal for “The Kissing Gate” at The Great Northern Festival, and the award for Best Original Script for “A Love Affair”, in Adelaide. Together with Malcolm she has judged National and International Competitions.

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