1990 awards and honors recipients.1990 Awards and Honors Recipients
Freeman Patterson, FPSA FPSA Free Prostate-Specific Antigen
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FPSA Florida Pool and Spa Association , Hon. EFIAP is this year's recipient of the Photographic Society of America's Progress Medal. Patterson, a Canadian citizen, was born in Long Reach, New Brunswick New Brunswick, province, Canada
New Brunswick, province (2001 pop. 729,498), 28,345 sq mi (73,433 sq km), including 519 sq mi (1,345 sq km) of water surface, E Canada. . An early awareness of the beauty of things around him sparked his interest in photography at a very young age, but it wasn't until he was 20 years old that he could afford his first camera. Patterson received a B.A. degree in philosophy from Acadia University Acadia University, at Wolfville, N.S., Canada; founded 1838; became Acadia Univ. 1891. It has faculties of arts, pure and applied sciences, management and education, and theology. Acadia Divinity College is associated with the university. in Nova Scotia Nova Scotia (nō`və skō`shə) [Lat.,=new Scotland], province (2001 pop. 908,007), 21,425 sq mi (55,491 sq km), E Canada. Geography
in 1959 then went on to earn a masters degree in divinity from Union Theological Seminary Union Theological Seminary may refer to:
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of in 1962. His masters thesis was titled "Still Photography as a Medium of Religious Expression." During his three years in New York, Patterson studied photography under Dr. Helen Manzer who considered him to be one of her most exceptional students. After receiving his masters, Patterson taught religious studies at Alberta College in Edmonton for three years and in 1965 resigned this teaching position to devote full time to photography. We, as photographers, who share this exciting medium of visual expression, are very thankful that Patterson did not give up teaching.
Patterson contributed greatly to the success of a series of art books entitled Canada, A Time to Dream, Canada: A Year of the Land and Between Friends. These books were published between 1967 and 1984 by the National Film Board of Canada National Film Board of Canada (NFB)
Canadian department of film production. It was established in 1939 and directed by John Grierson (1898–1972), who developed the studio into a leading producer of documentaries, including the World War II propaganda films Canada . These coffee-table books have become collectors' items. Patterson is also well represented in A Day in the Life of Canada and was commissioned to illustrate the book In a Canadian Garden.
Patterson's photographs have been widely used to illustrate countless other books, newspapers and magazines articles, as well as photographic journals and calendars. He is a regular contributor to Petersen's Photographic magazine and to Camera Canada magazine. He was also the editor of Camera Canada magazine from its inception to the late 1970s.
Patterson has been the sole author and illustrator of several books. Some of these are highly valued by thousands of photographers as their primary textbook on photography. These books include Photography for the Joy of It (1977), Photography and the Art of Seeing (1979), Photography of Natural Things (1982), Namaqualand, Garden of the Gods (1984) and Portraits of Earth (1987). His books are not only beautifully illustrated, but very well written. Patterson possesses the talent of an outstanding artist and also has the ability to put his thoughts into clear, concise words. In 1980 Patterson received a Doctorate of Letters from the University of New Brunswick The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is a Canadian university located in the province of New Brunswick. The university has two main campuses: the principal campus founded in 1785 in Fredericton and a smaller campus which was opened in Saint John in 1964. in recognition not only of his photography but also for the excellence of his writing and lecturing. In 1989 he was granted a Doctorate of Civil Law by his alma mater, Acadia University.
Patterson has received many awards and honors as a photographer, writer, lecturer and teacher. In 1967 he was one of the first two people to be awarded a gold medal gold medal
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See : Prize for photographic excellence by the National Film Board of Canada. In 1971 he was honored by the Photographic Society of America with an Associateship. In 1975 he received an Honorary Excellence from the Federation Internationale de l'Art Photographique (Geneva Geneva, canton and city, Switzerland
Geneva (jənē`və), Fr. Genève, canton (1990 pop. 373,019), 109 sq mi (282 sq km), SW Switzerland, surrounding the southwest tip of the Lake of Geneva. , Switzerland). This is FIAP's highest award and can be held concurrently by no more than 200 living photographers. This same year, he was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Art. In 1976 he received his Fellowship from PSA (Professional Services Automation) An information system designed to organize, track and manage all opportunities, work, resources, costs, revenues and invoices to improve the productivity and efficiency of the workforce. and was made an Honorary Fellow of the Photographic Society of South Africa South Africa, Afrikaans Suid-Afrika, officially Republic of South Africa, republic (2005 est. pop. 44,344,000), 471,442 sq mi (1,221,037 sq km), S Africa. . In 1985 he received the Order of Canada The Order of Canada is Canada's highest civilian honour within the Canadian system of honours, with membership awarded to those who exemplify the Order's Latin motto Desiderantes meliorem patriam, which means "(those) desiring a better country" (Hebrews 11:16). , an award given to Canadians who have made a significant contribution to their country.
Patterson has been deeply involved in photography for many years, he has conducted several week-long photographic workshops in his home province nearly every year since 1973, and since 1984 in southern Africa
Patterson has consistently extended the range of the medium as it is normally regarded. His pictures go far beyond the technical process, beyond the dictates of standard compositional arrangements and has taken us into a new world of advanced artistic expression. Other photographers have transcended this boundary, but none with such constant perfection or in such quantity. Yet, in spite of his success and honors, Patterson has never lost contact with his friends from amateur days and is intimately involved in his own community having been active with the local school board for nearly two decades.
Patterson generously shares his technical expertise, philosophy, enthusiasm and inspiration with all photographers. Not only has Patterson preserved the beauty of nature on film, but through his generosity has insured there will always be a place to photograph these natural wonders. He has donated his extensive property on Shamper's Bluff, New Brunswick, to the Nature Conservancy of Canada The Nature Conservancy of Canada is a registered charity in Canada, and was founded in 1962. The organization focuses its efforts on the acquiring of ecologically sensitive areas through purchase, donation, or conservation easements. to be used not only as a nature preserve but also as an educational resource for the schools of his area. This beautiful tract of land is a priceless gift to his province, Canada and to all life on this fragile planet.
In view of his achievements in photography and his service to photography, honoring Freeman Patterson with the Society's Progress Medal seems inadequate. However, it is the highest honor the Society can bestow be·stow
tr.v. be·stowed, be·stow·ing, be·stows
1. To present as a gift or an honor; confer: bestowed high praise on the winners.
2. . Words fail to convey our admiration for this gentleman or to express our gratitude. All we can do, Freeman, is to say thank you.
The Fellowship is for outstanding contributions to the advancement of photography involving a degree of proficiency and achievement, combined with such elements of service as the dissemination of acquired knowledge through lecturing, judging, publication of articles, papers, etc. Personal achievement alone does not qualify a candidate for this honor. A three-forths vote of the Honors Committee is required for the Fellowship.
Dr. Nerushwalia Bhagwandas For his vigorous promotion of PSA and photography and for creating a national awareness of the historical and cultural value of the art in India, and for his personal exhibition achievements.
G. William Buchanan William Buchanan (June 17, 1865—?) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1914 to 1915, as a member of the Conservative Party.
Buchanan was born at County Tyrone, in what is now Northern Ireland. For his continuing endeavors in behalf of photography at all levels and for his diligence in organizing and promoting educational photographic opportunities for others.
Lee Estes For his stalwart leadership in the Gulf States as an organizer, teacher, judge and presenter and for his revitalized promotion of the Permanent Print Collection.
Byron J. Hindman For his sustained and energetic efforts to promote the Society through organizational services, administrative leadership, skilled exhibition management and for his photographic versatility.
C. George Billing For the untiring use of his skills to advance photography throughout Australia, his administrative and photographic expertise, and for recognition of his photography in the Australia Postal Service postal service, arrangements made by a government for the transmission of letters, packages, and periodicals, and for related services. Early courier systems for government use were organized in the Persian Empire under Cyrus, in the Roman Empire, and in medieval .
Gertrude Cohn For her valuable contribution to exhibitors world wide as Director of the Color Slide Division Star Ratings, for her scholarly programs and personal photographic achievements and her judging and administrative skills.
Melvin G. Henningsen, D.D.S D.S Drainage Structure (flood protection) . For his role in the San Francisco Bay area “Bay Area” redirects here. For other uses, see Bay Area (disambiguation).
The San Francisco Bay Area, colloquially known as the Bay Area or The Bay as a versatile photographer and judge and for his exemplary administrative skills in many PSA divisions.
Alfred Jendroszek In recognition of his superb exhibition record and for his influential contribution to photographic advancement world wide as a dedicated writer, administrator and correspondent.
Col. (Ret) Melvin M. Lawson For his International involvement in promotion of stereoscopic stereoscopic /ster·eo·scop·ic/ (ster?e-o-skop´ik) having the effect of a stereoscope; giving objects a solid or three-dimensional appearance.
1. photography, and in recognition of his personal technical and photographic competence.
Robert W. Nelson For his leadership roles in the Twin Cities area photographic community and his positive influence as Central Zone Director, and for establishing educational photographic programs with various groups.
Mac Perchick For his active role of service to the Mid Atlantic Mid Atlantic can mean:
Jean E. Thomson For her diligence in development of innovative financial strategies, meticulous supervision of the Society's varied fiscal requirements, for her management contributions in the Puget Sound Puget Sound (py`jĕt), arm of the Pacific Ocean, NW Wash., connected with the Pacific by Juan de Fuca Strait, entered through the Admiralty Inlet and extending in two arms c. area, and for her photographic achievements.
Theron L. McCuen For his administrative accomplishments at all levels and for exceptional competence as a photographer, author and presenter, especially in the Nature Division.
Floyd Norgaard For his contribution as a skilled photographer, program presenter, teacher and tour leader, and leadership for many years in organizing world wide photo travel activity in Southern California Southern California, also colloquially known as SoCal, is the southern portion of the U.S. state of California. Centered on the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego, Southern California is home to nearly 24 million people and is the nation's second most populated region, .
Sarah Louise Stull For her service to the Society as Star Ratings Director of the Nature Division, her recruiting record as an Area Representative, her exhibition management and dedication to PSA concerns in the San Joaquin Valley Noun 1. San Joaquin Valley - a vast valley in central California known for its rich farmland
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The Associateship is awarded for material contributions to the advancement of photography, whether resulting primarily from proficiency and achievement or service alone. As in the case of the Fellowship, photographic achievement must be combined with elements of service. The Associateship may be awarded by a majority vote of the Honors Committee.
Viola P. Bebout For her long term services to the Society as a membership recruiter, organizational worker for the Prairie Chapter and Regional responsibilities and Central Zone News editor for the Journal.
Donald B. Christman To recognize his many program presentations, his Regional Convention contributions, long time service as an Area Representative and extensive judging in the Mid Atlantic Zone and his personal photographic achievements.
Frances C. Cox For her effectiveness in promoting PSA through her Adult Education teaching, for generously sharing her knowledge of the natural world through extensive presentations and judging.
George R. Ferrara To recognize his diverse and talented contributions at all levels in the Pacific Northwest as a teacher, PSA recruiter, program presenter and accomplished photographer and judge.
P.G. Chang For his capable representation of PSA with many photographic organizations in the Far East and for the generous sharing of his varied photographic talents.
Richard Cloran For valuable, distinctive organizational service to the Society in the Northeast judging and instructional programs and excellent exhibition record.
Paul E. Deegan, Jr. For his distinguished PSA service in the Northeast through exhibition management; for his writing, lecturing, judging and volunteer program presentation to the handicapped and hospitalized and for his photographic accomplishments.
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Noun 1. For his activity in organizing the Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs, his teaching, exhibition and PSA Area Representative endeavors in Eastern Canada Eastern Canada (also the Eastern provinces) is the region of Canada generally considered to be east of Manitoba, consisting of the following provinces:
Clarence W. Gilner For his helpful and productive service for more than 20 years in his local photography clubs, the Society and its Utah Chapter, and substantial exhibition achievements in the Color Slide Division and for providing continued education and entertainment to many audiences by presentation of exceptional travel programs.
Robert S. Harris Robert S. Harris, nicknamed RoSHa, is the programmer of several 1980s-era games, including War Room and Killer Bees. He was born in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS Math in 1979. In recognition of a long and distinguished career in photography and generous and valued service to the world wide photographic community as an author, producer, teacher, inventor and his excellence in all areas as a totally committed, accomplished photographer.
Heng-Sun Kok For his organizational leadership and teaching to advance photography in Macau and Hong Kong Hong Kong (hŏng kŏng), Mandarin Xianggang, special administrative region of China, formerly a British crown colony (2005 est. pop. 6,899,000), land area 422 sq mi (1,092 sq km), adjacent to Guangdong prov. and for the representation he gives PSA in this area, and for his International exhibition successes.
V. Gopal Krishnan For his leadership in many photographic organizations in India and his frequent educational lectures, publications and judging activity throughout a vast geographical area.
Gerald P. Harris For his extensive involvement in photography through teaching and exhibiting in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. and Canada; his work as PSA District Representative and Journal editor for the Western Canada
Western Canada, commonly referred to as the West Zone News and his dedication to Society goals.
Daniel D. Kingcaid For his diverse photographic skills, his energetic efforts in behalf of photography and his contributions as a judge and lecturer and his success as an exhibitor.
Betty Jane Kranz-Sinclair For effectively teaching photography to many groups and inspiring students of all ages to learn from competition, and to reward her own expertise as an exhibitor and program presenter.
Robert James Robert Sallee James (17 July, 1818 - 18 August, 1850) was a pastor and father of four children including the James outlaws... Frank and Beans a.k.a. The James Brothers. Born in Logan County, Kentucky, U.S. he met Zeralda Cole they married on 28 December, 1841. Leonard In recognition of valued and varied services to many photographic interest groups and for generously sharing his skills and for his achievements as a multi-media presenter and exhibitor.
Ann Maksymiec For her versatility in a variety of photographic disciplines, skillful skill·ful
1. Possessing or exercising skill; expert. See Synonyms at proficient.
2. Characterized by, exhibiting, or requiring skill. sharing of knowledge through lectures and work shops and her many years of dedicated service in the Chicago area and to the Society.
Mats-Arne Mattson For his promotion of PSA, his encouragement of Scandanavian photographers to participate in International Exhibitions and for his own success as an exhibitor and photo-journalist.
Dee Moss To recognize her services to the PSA Nature Division, the Wichita Exhibition, organizational work in the Santa Fe Trail Santa Fe Trail, important caravan route of the W United States, extending c.780 mi (1,260 km) from Independence, Mo., SW to Santa Fe, N.Mex. Independence and Westport, Mo., were the chief points where wagons, teams, and supplies were obtained. Chapter and her versatility as a successful exhibitor.
Vee Nealey For her devotion to photographic organizations in the Inland Empire In·land Empire
A region of the northwest United States between the Cascade Range and the Rocky Mountains, comprising eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, northern Idaho, and western Montana. Farming, lumbering, and mining are important to the area. of the Pacific Northwest, particularly in Nature; for her administrative and editorial work and her membership recruiting success as an Area and District Representative.
A. Robert Mata to recognize the generous sharing of his fiscal expertise with photographic organizations at national and regional levels and with many Chicago area groups, and to acknowledge his photographic accomplishments.
Carl E. Moser, Sr. For his memorable photography of rural Southeastern American and his valued service to PSA as an Area and District Representative and his eagerness to share the skills and locales which have contributed to his photographic success.
Ron R. Moss For his effective support of PSA at local levels particularly in membership recruitment, and tireless efforts in organizing the Santa Fe Trail Chapter, and his dedicated contribution at all levels of the local photographic community.
Dr. Ralph E. Pyke In recognition of outstanding service to photography at all local and Regional levels, management of the North Texas Exhibition and PSA District Representative, as well as his teaching and versatile photographic proficiency.
Kathleen G. Savage For her contributions to PSA as a Photo-Journalism Division officer, Area Representative and award winning editor, and her photographic involvement in local conversation groups, and for her exhibition and judging record.
Gil Schumaker For his willing, enthusiastic and capable promotion of the purposes of PSA, the excellence of his exhibition record, and his leadership in the Gem State Chapter and his service as a PSA District Representative.
Rajendra Kumar Sharma To recognize his industrious involvement in Exhibition Circuits and for promoting the Society through his tireless efforts in the North Central and Mid Atlantic Zones, and his own photographic success as an exhibitor, writer and presenter.
Bettie L. Trent For her service to Southern California photography groups at all levels and for her success in the exhibitions; for her services as a judge and a PSA Area Representative and for energetic efforts in behalf of the Society.
Richard P. Savage For his expertise as an exhibitor judge, writer and administrator, and for his willingness to assume new projects for Chapter or Council and for promotion of deserving local community projects through his photo journalism photography.
Anna Elizabeth Sebring For sustained distinguished service at all levels in the Pacific Northwest where her skills are widely utilized as a photographer, naturalist, judge, writer and Area Representative.
George Thanos For his pioneering skills in many fields of professional photography, his lectures and presentations to trade and amateur groups and his willingness to share his innovative techniques with photographic groups at all levels.
Robert J. Ulberg, M.D. To recognize his enthusiastic services to PSA as an Area Representative, prolific exhibitor, lecturer and judge, and as an inspiring contributor to many local photographic activities.
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Frances Walling For her unselfish devotion to the goals of the Society, serving three camera clubs and the Council and Chapter in the Sacramento area, divisional chairmanship of their International Exhibition and as Secretary of the PSA Stereo Division.
Joseph J. Zaia For his competent administrative skills at all levels of photographic activity in the Metropolitan New York area; teaching, writing and exhibiting and voluntary community public service contributions through his photographic skills.
Stanley Vincent In recognition of his continuous assistance to others in improving their film making by his many "how-to" lectures, his organizational leadership and representation of the PSA-VMPD to the New Zealand New Zealand (zē`lənd), island country (2005 est. pop. 4,035,000), 104,454 sq mi (270,534 sq km), in the S Pacific Ocean, over 1,000 mi (1,600 km) SE of Australia. The capital is Wellington; the largest city and leading port is Auckland. Federation of Movie Clubs.
Stan White Stan White may refer to:
Willard Heath For his contributions to PSA and the Gulf States Camera Club Council, his skills in managing International Exhibitions, and the excellence of his photographic and judging contributions.