Congratulations!
We’re pleased to announce this year’s winners

2010 Winners
Flash Forward: Emerging photographers

Bright Spark

  • Indre Serpytyte

Canada

Winners

  • Karen Asher
  • Alyssa Bistonath
  • Jesse Boles
  • Kotama Bouabane
  • Eszter Burghardt
  • Leah Tepper Byrne
  • Kitra Cahana
  • Philip Cheung
  • Becky Comber
  • Dan Doucette
  • Leanne Eisen
  • Sean Galbraith
  • Rafal Gerszak
  • Tia Halliday
  • Grant Harder
  • Joseph Hartman
  • Simon Hayter
  • Ryan Enn Hughes
  • Shanghoon Jeong
  • Mark Kasumovic
  • Jinyoung Kim
  • Alex Kisilevich
  • Michael Love
  • Jennilee Marigomen
  • Andrew B. Myers
  • Jennifer Osborne
  • Josée Pedneault
  • Celia Perrin Sidarous
  • Geoffrey Pugen
  • Darren Rigo
  • Alana Riley
  • Guillaume Simoneau
  • Jessica Thalmann
  • Sara A. Tremblay
  • Elizabeth Vickery

Honourable Mentions

  • Nadia Belerique
  • James Chance
  • Joanna Foster
  • Che Kothari
  • Aislinn Leggett
  • Robert Palmer
  • Laura Patricolo
  • Bryan Rubarth
  • Matthew Tammaro
  • Devin Tepleski
  • Simon Willms
  • Alice Zilberberg

United Kingdom

Winners

  • Peter Ainsworth
  • Song-Nian Ang
  • Jason Bascombe
  • Poulomi Basu
  • Ben Begley
  • George Benson
  • Rachel Louise Brown
  • Briony Campbell
  • Simon Carruthers
  • CJ Clarke
  • Adam Dean
  • Jan Dunning
  • Alinka Echeverria
  • Odette England
  • Melinda Gibson
  • Elizabeth Hingley
  • Tom Hull
  • Ayoung Kim
  • Jason Larkin
  • Martina Lindqvist
  • Nina Mangalanayagam
  • Alex Masi
  • Andrew McConnell
  • Laura Pannack
  • David Plummer
  • Ali Richards
  • Julieta Sans
  • Anja Schaffner
  • Corinne Silva
  • Toby Smith
  • Carole Suety
  • Kurt Tong
  • Mike Whelan
  • Dave Wyatt
  • Renhui Zhao

Honourable Mentions

  • Alicja Dobrucka
  • Dominic Hawgood
  • Sarah Mei Herman
  • Victoria Jenkins
  • Stephen JB Kelly
  • Evi Lemberger
  • Sachiyo Nishimura
  • Ben Roberts
  • Clare Samuel
  • Franek Strzeszewski
  • Natalie Tkachuk
  • Jeff Vanderpool

United States

Winners

  • Jowhara AlSaud
  • Jason Andrew
  • Evgenia Arbugaeva
  • Claire Beckett
  • Magda Biernat
  • Anthony Blasko
  • Gina Brocker
  • Kate Brooks
  • Caleb Cole
  • Katrina d’Autremont
  • Stephanie de Rouge
  • Izabella Demavlys
  • Sarah Elliott
  • Meghan P. Farrell
  • Jonathan Gitelson
  • Joshua Dudley Greer
  • Jonathan Hanson
  • Gabriela Herman
  • Aaron Huey
  • Angela Jimenez
  • Collin LaFleche
  • Erika Larsen
  • S. Billie Mandle
  • Lydia Anne McCarthy
  • Giuseppe Moccia
  • Natalie Obermaier
  • Christina Seely
  • Sarah Small
  • Jonathan Smith
  • Tribble & Mancenido
  • Kevin Van Aelst
  • Carlo Van de Roer
  • Alex Welsh
  • Lisa Wiltse
  • Carl Wooley

Honourable Mentions

  • Noah Addis
  • Brendan Austin
  • Beau Comeaux
  • Philip Dembinski
  • Kyle Ford
  • Dima Gavrysh
  • Tim Gruber
  • Lee Hoagland
  • Bradley Peters
  • Viktoria Sorochinski
  • Sophia Wallace
  • Ariel Zambelich

The Magenta Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of TD Bank Group for their ongoing commitment to Flash Forward and to emerging artists.

TD Bank Group

Jurors

Canada

  • Liz Ikiriko, Photo Editor, Toronto Life Magazine
  • Daniel Espeset, photo-eye Magazine
  • Myrabelle Charlebois, Photo Editor, enRoute Magazine
  • Erin Elder, Manager, Business Development, Digital Media, The Globe and Mail

United Kingdom

  • Lorna Mary Webb, Company Manager, Rhubarb-Rhubarb Festival
  • Rebecca McClelland, Photo Editor, Wallpaper, Art World and the Ian Parry Scholarship
  • Simon Bainbridge, British Journal of Photography, London
  • Aaron Schuman, Director/Editor, Seesaw Magazine

United States

  • Andy Adams, Editor/Publisher, Flak Photo
  • Amanda Maddox, Assistant Curator, Photography and Media Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art
  • Susan Bright, Independent art writer and curator based in NY

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About Flash Forward

Established in 2004, Flash Forward, in all its award-winning formats, has been a life-changing career boost for young photographers since its inception 13 years ago. This program for supporting and encouraging emerging artists in Canada and worldwide began with an idea to invest in artists barely out of university. Not only did we turn a small idea into a prominent worldwide competition, we paved the way for a high school program to influence arts curriculums, change and encourage leadership in teachers and keep essential funds in high schools.