09.23.09 Photography

2010 ShootQ Grant Recipient

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t is with much pride I make the following announcement. I was a small part of the judging process for the annual ShootQ Grant and I'm thrilled with the outcome of our decision. There were many amazing entries and the selection process was definitely an exercise in compromise and communication, but at the end of the day, I think we're all proud of the worthy recipient.

The 2010 ShootQ $10,000 Grant Winner is Annie O'Neill!


For more information on how to submit applications for future ShootQ grants, CLICK HERE to check out the website!
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Diandra - Awesome Awesome Awesome! I love the portfolio of work she's already done. Brought me to tears!  09.25.09 - 11:16am
cassandra m - very powerful. Congrats Annie and God Bless!  09.24.09 - 12:18pm
kymberli q. - Wow. Just incredible. That story touched my heart. Congratulations to Annie!!  09.24.09 - 10:53am
Kirsten Bragg - You've just been pimped. On my blog that is...I wrote about you today! As a college student with a lot less experience than you :) I find your blog SO beyond encouraging!! Thanks for all you do! http://kirstenfromashes.blogspot.com  09.24.09 - 8:57am
ohana photographers - blessings to her and her cause! she deserves it!  09.24.09 - 8:26am
Sarah A. Schlothan Christensen - I hope you'll follow up later with a link to her finished project; I would love to see what she does with this!  09.24.09 - 7:25am
caroline - Nice to see a local photog win it!  09.24.09 - 6:09am
Fiona Andersen - And she is why the art of photography is such an integral part of human life. We need this medium to remind us of what we have and what we have to be thankful for. She tells a beautiful and heart breaking story, through her lens. Well deserved, well deserved!  09.24.09 - 3:05am
Brian Fletcher - Pretty cool stuff!  09.23.09 - 9:32pm
Shuva Rahim - An incredible and important subject worthy of this grant... congrats to Annie!  09.23.09 - 9:28pm
dan speicher - Annie is a great photographer from here in Pittsburgh and I am proud that she got this. Way to support a great cause Jasmine.   09.23.09 - 7:57pm
Caroline Ghetes - Very well deserved. I can't wait to see what comes from this. What a big heart Annie has! Congratulations to her!  09.23.09 - 7:52pm
ksen : ) - i think ShootQ is downright amazing for offering this grant & Annie for passionately bringing more awareness to this issue. a big congratulations to her!  09.23.09 - 6:27pm
cem - hey, jasmine it s me again, sorry to bother you, but I think your blog title should be 2009 ShootQ, ;) ciao. Cem  09.23.09 - 5:59pm
CEM - First, I salute Annie for her great work. Second, thanks to Jasmine to let us know about ShootQ. I am currently working on a great project and it will take about a year to complete. I might share my ideas with public thru ShootQ.   09.23.09 - 5:57pm
Mishelle Lamarand - Wow, what an amazing artist. Completely deserving. I'm proud to be a part of the ShootQ family. I can barely remember life before ShootQ!  09.23.09 - 5:53pm
Amanda Thiessen - Wow! She deserves the win!  09.23.09 - 4:05pm
Theresa McDonald - Congratulations to Annie O'Neill. Upon looking at her winning portfolio it brought a tear to my eyes and an ache in my heart. Her series of photos of Tim Tullis touched me so deeply as I have an autistic son. There have been many times where I have pondered on what the future holds for our family. The rawness of her images are so powerful. Love, care, daily despair, to HOPE, COMPASSION and ACCEPTANCE. Avery worthy recipiant. Thanks for bringing Annie O'Neill's work into my life.  09.23.09 - 3:35pm
Deyla Huss Photography - SO Amazing! COngrats to Annie! well deserved!  09.23.09 - 1:45pm
Erin - WOW! I viewed her portfolio that she submitted to the contest. Compelling and moving. She is an incredibly gifted story teller. I was very moved by her images and I am sure she will use the grant in a wonderful way.  09.23.09 - 12:38pm
Daniel - What a remarkable project!! Well deserved, and definitely a topic that does not get enough public awareness!! Congrats to Annie~  09.23.09 - 11:58am
nataaha - Im so glad this cause won the grant. I am from the UK and my brother is in the British armed forces. These men and women that risk their lives daily, need to be admired more - and held in higher regard. They witness more in one tour than many of us will in a lifetime. I'm proud of our troops.Etremley proud.xx  09.23.09 - 11:56am
Khristen - Congrats to Annie!!!  09.23.09 - 11:53am
Stephanie Stewart - Wow! Such a deserving winner! Congratulations, Annie! Best Wishes!!!  09.23.09 - 11:50am
Ceci - Congrats Annie!  09.23.09 - 11:25am