2012 QLD winners and highly commended finalists

2012 QLD Winners and highly commended finalists

Winner (Best Representation of Culture) – Waiting
Winner (Best Image Composition) – Waiting
Winner (Best Suite of Multiple Images)
Clea Pratt (Year 12, Indooroopilly State High School)
Waiting
Description: Back lanes of Melbourne, graffiti mirrors reality.
Rush

Description: University colonnades witness the ‘Rush’ in all directions, nothing ever changes.
Paris In Love
Description: Paris In Love’, City of Lights, City of Love, always has been, always will be.

Winner (Most Original Photograph)
Highly Commended Finalist (Best Image Composition)
Maree Sanna (Year 12, Shalom Catholic College)
Cultural Cringe
Description: At the edges of our culture are the expressionists of the future. In a darkened tunnel in the middle of the night, the energy of ideas connects in the thoughts written on the walls.

Highly Commended Finalist (Best Representation of Culture)
Aleqsiah Pon (Year 12, Pine Rivers State High School)
Freedom and Youth
Description: This image depicts a youth’s soul unfolding and blooming like a flower. The surf culture allows one to find freedom amongst the sand and waves, as well as being themselves
Highly Commended Finalist (Most Original Photograph)
Jess Culling (Year 11, Redcliffe State High School)
Teen Culture
Description: This photo represents the modern day culture where everyone feels that they have to be at the same level as others where in reality all you have to be is yourself, even if you’re higher or lower than others. Friends will encourage you to be you and go for your goals no matter how small.

Highly Commended Finalist (Best suite of Multiple Images)
Aliah Murillo (Year 12, Nerang State High School)
A silent call
Description: Many cultures are living in poverty globally, crying out for help, but their voice is not being heard and the cries turn into silence.
A cry for help
Description: This image reflects cultures who live in poverty through a daily life. They struggle with money and food with no one to help them. All that’s there is a cry for help.
Bleeding the Black
Description: This image is reflects on the Aboriginal culture who puts paint all over their face and body to camouflage within their environment while hunting.

See Clea Pratt Winner’s Profile here