The 2023 Fenner School Photography Competition is open for submissions. If you’ve been involved with The Fenner School in 2023 as a student, academic, professional staff member or affiliate, and you’ve captured a moment you’d like to share with us that speaks to this year’s theme, send it in!
Photos will be exhibited at the End of Year Party (December 8th), and they will also be displayed with full credits on The Fenner School social media accounts, newsletter, and event promotion images, over 2023 and 2024. You are welcome to elect to not have your photo featured via Fenner media platforms.
However this theme speaks to you, we want to see it, and welcome your story.
Photos must be of a high resolution. You can find out more about how to do this here.
Photos need to be attached to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Include in the body of your email:
- your name;
- your staff/student number;
- a short bio about you and your role at The Fenner School, and;
- maximum 150 words per photo, about each entry.
You may enter a maximum of two photos into the competition.
If you do not want your photos featured on Fenner social media, please say so in your email.
Deadline for submissions is Sunday 11pm AEST, December 3, 2023
1st - $100 Harry Hartog Voucher
2nd - $80 Harry Hartog Voucher
3rd - $50 Harry Hartog Voucher
People’s Choice - $80 Harry Hartog Voucher
People’s Choice nominations will be online, and will happen on the day of the End of Year Party (December 8th). Only staff and students with ANU numbers will be able to vote.
Judge: Marta Yebra
In the annual tradition, multidisciplinaire Associate Prof. Marta Yebra will be judging this year's competition. Associate Prof Yebra is an award-winning photographer and scientist and a mother of two busy boys. Her passion for photography started when her son was born and grew when her second son arrived. As an academic Marta Yebra is an Associate Professor in Environment and Engineering at the Fenner School of Environment & Society and Research School of Aerospace, Mechanical, and Environmental Engineering, Mission Specialist of the ANU Institute for Space and Associate editor for Remote Sensing of Environment. Her research focuses on using remote sensing data to monitor, quantify and forecast natural resources, natural hazards, and landscape function and health at local, regional and global scales.