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Wanaka’s Alpine Image Co Silver Merit Award

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Wanaka’s Alpine Image Co Receive Silver Merit Awards


4 October 2002


Professional photographer Anna Allan has received two silver merit awards in the prestigious Kodak Gold Awards. Speaking from Wanaka Anna Allan said, “ I am absolutely stoked to receive the awards”.

The Kodak Gold Awards is an international programme run in both Europe and the USA, which recognises the highest level of creativity and quality in Professional Photography. Due to the very high standard offered by New Zealand Professional Wedding and Portrait Photographers Kodak introduced their Kodak Gold Awards Programme to New Zealand in 1997.

The awards reward excellence in imaging and are therefore a great help in assisting customers to select a suitably qualified Professional Photographer who can offer that creative difference when capturing a special moment forever.

Anna Allan, graduated from the prestigious London College of Printing with a B.A. (Hons) Degree in Photography nearly 20 years ago and has since gained a wealth of International photographic experience. She has worked freelance in both London and Europe. Anna has also been the recipient of major grant awards and sponsorship, and has exhibited her work in London, Europe and New Zealand. She now operates a professional photography business Alpine Image Co with her partner Miles Allan, focusing on commercial, wedding and portrait photography. Alpine Image Co is based in Wanaka, Central Otago.


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