January 2015 Results

Mike Aporius (@aporius), the Director of Photography and Multimedia for the Winnipeg Free Press, was judge for the January 2015 Photos of the Month Contest.

FEATURE

Judges Comments

Generally tough to judge as it’s not a clearly defined category.  No third place.

1.     like the angle.
2.     like the dog.

1.  Elaine Bombay


BELLEVILLE, Ont. (20/01/2015)-Quantum, a male Bengal cat, sits on April MacFarland's back.  MacFarland, who owns three cats, a dog, several turtles and some fish, says she can't imagine life without animals.She believes that having pets also teaches her children responsibility. Photo by Elaine Bombay

2.  Amanda Paulhus


BELLEVILLE, Ont. (01/06/2014) Tammy Yeotes is the owner of Yuppy Puppys, a dog groomers business in Belleville. Yeotes began her own business 3 years ago. She had been laid off of her two previous jobs and decided she would rather be her own boss. Photo by Amanda Paulhus

3. Not Awarded.

NEWS


Judges Comments

This is always a tough category for students, because you’re not on the road like a full-time staffer.  A good news sense is crucial for good photos, and that only comes with experience.

No third place.  Everything else didn’t fit the category or just didn’t make the cut.

1. Good work in isolating one element while still being loose enough to show the environment.2. Interesting image from a staged event.  Again…it’s intriguing.


1. Andrew Lahodynskyj


TORONTO, Ont. (11/01/15) - A young girl proudly raises the French flag during a solidarity rally at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on Jan. 11, 2015. Hundreds of people gathered to show their support for the victims of the recent tragedies in Paris.  Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj

2. Amanda Paulhus



BELLEVILLE, Ont. (09/01/15) Instructor Craig Gerow makes his way through the water back towards shore during the Belleville Fire Department's ice rescue training procedure took place on the Bay of Quinte Friday, January 9th. Gerow is one of two instructors who teaches in ice and water safety. Photo by Amanda Paulhus

3.  Not Awarded.

Portraits

Judges Comments

Look for good moments that tell a story about that person…or intrigue the viewer. And don’t shy away from playing with light when things fall flat. Lighting in itself can really help illustrate the personality.

1. This deserves first purely because it got my attention and made me want to know more. It’s intriguing. Nice work.
2. Good moment. Could use some burning around the edges.
3. Good moment. Shows personality.

1.  Zachary Prong


BELLEVILLE, Ont. (14/01/15) - “After I gave birth I didn’t feel like a woman anymore, I was just a mother and I always felt so tired. It’s only now that I am starting to feel like a woman again.” Akiko Mayama, who’s son is three, on being a mother. Photo by Zachary Prong.

2. Andrew Johnson


BELLEVILLE, Ont.  (2015-01-23) -- Veteran drag performer Dixie Landers warms up prior to the Showgirls: Uncensored. Over a hundred people filled the Belle Pub downtown for the 19+ event, which was sponsored by Pride in the Park and in support of Hastings and Prince Edward county pride events. Photo by Andrew Johnson

3. Amanda Cheung


BELLEVILLE, Ont. 06/01/2015 - Marina Boretski, owner of Boretski Gallery in downtown Belleville, Ont. poses with articles of vintage clothing on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015. Boretski collects and sells antiques and vintage clothing and accessories. Her love for these items started in her teenage years and has continued as her business passes its decade mark. Photo by Amanda Cheung.

SPORTS

Judges Comments

Think tighter for sports. Like any other image, sports images tell a story. If there is something in your frame that doesn’t add to the story, crop it out or find another image.






1. Great shot. Solid action with expressions on both dog and human.
2. Needs a hard crop off both sides and a shallower depth of field, but it still works as peak battle action.
3. Definitely needs a crop of the right side/top/bottom, but it’s the best out of what was left in the category.

1. Gabrielle Smith





MARMORA, Ont. (31/01/2015) Karen Koehler and her three dogs compete in the 4-mile skijoring race at Marmora SnoFest on Jan 31. Koehler competed in multiple events at SnoFest and finished first in this race. Photo by Gabrielle Smith

2. Andrew Johnson

BATAWA, Ont.  (2015-01-25) -- David Vandertoorn (r) poke checks during the CFB Trenton Pond Hockey Classic in Batawa, Ontario. The tournament is held in support of Soldier On and the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation. Photo by Andrew Johnson

3. Andrew Lahodynskyj




BELLEVILLE, Ont. (7/01/15) - Belleville Bulls goalie Charlie Graham watches as he gloves the puck during a game against the Windsor Spitfire at Yardmen Arena on Jan. 7, 2015. The Bulls rallied in the second period scoring  five goals, but managed to lose in overtime with a final score of 6-5. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj

MULTIPLE PICTURES

1.  Not Awarded.
2.  Not Awarded.
3.  Not Awarded.

Points Awarded
785 - Andrew Lahodynskyj
600 - Andrew Johnson
475 - Amanda Cheung
475 - Zachary Prong
420 - Franki Ikeman
410 - Hannah Lawson
300 - Maggie Naylor
285 - Gabrielle Smith
200 - Micah Bond
150 - Dillan Cools
150 - Andrew Meade
125 - Amanda Paulhus
125 - Hannah Eden
125 - Annie Sakkab
110 - Elaine Bombay
110 - Tristan Urry
110 - Bradley Ruszkowski
100 - Graeme Murphy
100 - Alyssa Lloyd
50 - Julia Rhebergen
50 - Brian Cannon
50 - Jeremy McKay
25 - Nakita Krucker
25 - Thomas Surian
25 - Helene Roth
10 - Gretchen Chi
10 - Charlie Vilagut

December 2014 Results

Justin Tang (@jtwittah), freelance photographer based in Ottawa, ON, was the judge for November 2014 Photos of the Month.

Entry Stats:
Photographers - 7
Feature - 3
News - 8
Portrait - 3 
Sports - 1
Multiple Pictures - 2 entries

FEATURE
Judge's comments: Nice weather feature with good timing! Photographer could consider a tighter crop/longer focal length to bring in the right 2/3 of the frame, as this is where the image really shines. (IPTC info was blank!)

1. Tristan Urry

2. Not Awarded
3. Not Awarded

NEWS
Judge's comments: 
1. A nice moment that sums up a news event. The subject’s tears introduce an emotional element, further drawing in the viewer. The crop is a bit tight; an angle that included other protesters could have added more context for scale. Of course this is not always possible, but the subject’s identity would have been nice to have. I would love to read a personal note on the story behind the man’s tears.
2. Good work to the photographer in capturing an unfortunate spot news event as it unfolded.

1. Franki Ikeman
WASHINGTON, DC (13/12/14) - A demonstrator raises his fist in solidarity at a rally in the Capitol of the United States, Washington DC, on Sat. Dec. 13, 2014. The march, organized by Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network, and led by the families of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and Michael Brown, was in protest of police violence after the recent verdicts to not indict the police killers of Brown and Garner. Photo by Franki Ikeman

2. Andrew Johnson
BOWMANVILLE, Ont. (1/12/14) -- A fatal collision involving a dump truck which careened over the median heading westbound on the 401 near Bowmanville occurred closing down both directions of the highway. The driver, who died as a result, was thrown from the vehicle as it plowed through the median and overturned, bursting into flames. Photo by Andrew Johnson

3. Not Awarded

PORTRAIT
Judge's comments: Photographers should be reading the descriptions of the categories as mentioned in the rules, and check their photos against this. Of the three images entered, only one fit the category of a portrait/personality.

1. Not Awarded
2. Not Awarded
3. Not Awarded

SPORTS

1. Not Awarded
2. Not Awarded
3. Not Awarded

MULTIPLE PICTURES
Judge's comments: 
1. Nice idea, a good way to document this protest. The photographer could consider tightening the edit to help tell the story. The images that stand out are the tight images that focus on the faces of the protesters. Tightening the composition to be consistent in this way across the package could help. Just an idea. (IPTC info was incomplete in pix b to i!)
2. A good start to this one. Lots of nice frames of the trucker/student/dad in action. Again, knowing what narrative you're trying to share can help inform what pictures you need. I'd love to learn more about who Connors is. We learn from the pix that he's a trucker, but the details about leaving school and supporting his family aren't shown. Once these moments are captured, the edit can be tightened to eliminate repetitive images (eg. 02, 07, 08, and 09 are different images, but say a similar thing).

WASHINGTON, D.C. (13/12/14) - Thousands of people gathered in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 13, 2014 in protest of the recent police killings of unarmed black men. These are some of the faces of those who stand for their rights. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj 









2. Andrew Meade
Tony Connors has been driving transport trucks around Canada and the United States for the past 25 years. Connors took a hiatus from driving to pursue a BA in political science at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, NB but had to return to his former job to support his family. Above, Connors creeps around the yard at Sobey’s warehouse in Debert, NS on Dec. 20, 2014. Photo by Andrew Meade
Connors fills up his truck at a truckstop in Lincoln, NB before heading to Moncton, NB the night of Dec. 20, 2014. Photo by Andrew Meade 
Trucks are lined up against loading bays at Sobey’s warehouse in Debert, NS, Dec. 20, 2014. Photo by Andrew Meade 
A sign points towards shipping and recieving inside the Sobey’s warehouse in Debert, NS on Dec. 20, 2014. Photo by Andrew Meade
Sleeping quarters are tight in Connors’ rig. The double sleeper cab houses a double bed shown above. Photo by Andrew Meade
Connors troubleshoots an issue with his electronic logbook. After driving with paper logbooks for years Connors had to learn how to use an electronic system that is prone to glitches. Photo by Andrew Meade
Connors closes the doors to his trailer before leaving Debert, NS for another pick up in Moncton, NB. Photo by Andrew Meade
Connors cranks up the stand on a trailer in the yard at the Sobey’s warehouse in Debert, NS. Photo by Andrew Meade
              Connors connects a trailer to his truck. Photo By Andrew Meade
Hours and mileage are now logged by drivers on electronic logbooks. Connors sets his up before leaving for another pick up in Moncton, NB on Dec 20, 2014. Photo by Andrew Meade
Connors heads to the Cobequid Pass outside of Oxford, NS from Debert, NS on Dec. 20, 2014. Photo by Andrew Meade 
Garbage collects as stops are only for the most necessary things. Photo by Andrew Meade
Connors’ truck heads along the highway on an empty section of Highway Two between Fredericton and Woodstock, NB. Photo by Andrew Meade
Points Awarded
660 - Andrew Lahodynskyj
500 - Andrew Johnson
450 - Amanda Cheung
420 - Franki Ikeman
410 - Hannah Lawson
375 - Zachary Prong
300 - Maggie Naylor
200 - Micah Bond
185 - Gabrielle Smith
150 - Dillan Cools
150 - Andrew Meade
125 - Hannah Eden
125 - Annie Sakkab
110 - Tristan Urry
110 - Bradley Ruszkowski
100 - Graeme Murphy
100 - Alyssa Lloyd
50 - Julia Rhebergen
50 - Brian Cannon
50 - Jeremy McKay
25 - Nakita Krucker
25 - Thomas Surian
25 - Amanda Paulhus
25 - Helene Roth
10 - Elaine Bombay
10 - Gretchen Chi
10 - Charlie Vilagut

November 2014 Results

Rod Frketich, photo editor at The Record was the judge for November 2014 Photos of the Month.

Entry Stats:
Photographers - 11
Feature - 16
News - 5
Portrait - 8 
Sports - 7
Multiple Pictures - 5 entries/ 98 photos

FEATURE
Judge's Comments:
1. Cute photo. Nice composition. Good choice of depth of field and selective focus. 
2. The repetitive pattern, composition make this photo stand out.
3. Challenging light but the photographer mastered that. Love the reflection. 

1. Amanda Cheung

BELLEVILLE, Ont. 29/11/2014 - Cole Kritzer, 2, licks the fence while watching Odds perform Christmas carols during the CP Holiday Train stop in Belleville, Ont. on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014. The train travels and makes stops across Canada raising food and cash donations for local food banks. Photo by Amanda Cheung.































2. Andrew Lahodynskyj


OTTAWA, Ont. (11/11/14) - The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa parade during Remembrance Day ceremonies in Ottawa. An estimated 50,000 people were in attendance, exceeding last year’s estimates by 15,000. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj








3. Gabrielle Smith

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (16/11/2014) Sawyer Lynch, 2, watches a motorized train in a shop window on Front Street during the Belleville Santa Claus parade on Nov. 16. Photo by Gabrielle Smith

NEWS
Judge's Comments: Generally a bit of a letdown for a journalism group. I had expected to see more entries in this category.
1.Interesting story. Good photo especially as part of a package.
2.Have to remember competing with all Remembrance day photos I have seen. Like the color. The sea of bodies. Composition is good but wonder if could have been stronger.
3.Like the emotion. Like the thinking about depth of field. The exposure and print could be better.


1. Zachary Prong


CLEAR CREEK, Ont. (20/11/14) - Wind Turbines dominate the landscape around Clear Creek, a small hamlet on the shores of Lake Erie.  Their construction has divided neighbours, with many claiming the turbines have plagued them with an array of health problems such as head aches, loss of sleep and high blood pressure.  A recent report released by Health Canada found no relationship between wind turbines and health problems.  Photo by Zachary Prong.






2. Andrew Lahodynskyj
OTTAWA, Ont. (11/11/14) - People of all ages pay their respects to those who served protecting Canada throughout the generations. Thousands of people gathered in Ottawa on Remembrance Day to lay their poppies on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj















3. Maggie Naylor 
BELLEVILLE, Ont. (11/11/14) Wilbert Collins Closes his eyes as the crowd sings "Oh Canada" during Belleville's Remembrance day ceremony at the epitaph Tuesday Nov. 11, 2014. Photo by Maggie Naylor



























PORTRAIT

1. Amanda Cheung


KITCHENER, Ont. (02/11/2014)- Graham Jackson prepares the chicken he dumpster dived in his home in Kitchener, Ont., on Sunday, November 2, 2014. Everything used to prepare the chicken including the spices have been reclaimed through dumpster diving. Items he dives are still good to eat but may be past the best before date. Jackson wishes to educate people that the best before date is usually just a safe period set by health Canada but many products are still good beyond that date. Photo by Amanda Cheung


2. Zachary Prong


CLEAR CREEK, Ont. (20/11/14) -Stephana Johnston looks out her window at the wind turbines surrounding her home in Clear Creek, a hamlet on the shores of Lake Erie.  Johnston has been a fierce opponent of wind farms and believes they have plagued her with an array of heath problems.  When asked why many of her neighbours did not suffer from the symptoms she described, Johnston replied, “When a ship hits rough waters there’s always a few passengers that get sick, but no one doubts or ridicules them…All I’m asking for is that same respect.” Photo by Zachary Prong.


3. Hannah Lawson


TORONTO, Ont. (9/11/14)— Ben Roscoe busks in Kensington Market, Toronto on a bustling Saturday morning. In addition to guitar and vocals, Roscoe was also doing some harmonica music. Kensington shoppers who passed this talented young musician would stop in their tracks to listen, and some would throw some change in the open guitar case. Photo by Hannah Lawson
SPORTS
Judge's Comments: 
1. Nice moment, capturing the eye watching the puck coming in. 
2. Not a traditional sports photo, but appreciate the angle, lens choice, being up close and part of the action.
3. Very good moment, touch down. The hands reaching out add to the photo.

1. Andrew Lahodynskyj

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (15/11/14) - Guelph Storm goalie Justin Nichols keeps an eye on the puck during a game against the Belleville Bulls at Yardmen Arena in Belleville, Ont. November 15, 2014. The Storm managed to score twice in the third period, winning 2-1. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj
2. Andrew Lahodynskyj

BLOOMFIELD, Ont. (01/11/14) - Sebastian Wilson keeps an eye out for enemies during Operation: DELIVERANCE at Rapidfire Paintball and Airsoft in Bloomfield, Ont. on November 1, 2014. This was the second part in a series of games between a Mexican drug cartel and the Police. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj

3. Andrew Lahodynskyj

TORONTO, Ont. (07/11/14) - Toronto Argonauts slotback Chad Owens reaches out for a touchdown during a must win game against the Ottawa Redblacks at the Rogers Centre in Toronto on November 7, 2014. The Argos trampled the Redblacks 23-5, but were still eliminated from the playoffs after the Hamilton Ti-Cats beats the Montreal Alouettes the following day. Photo by Andrew Lahodynskyj


MULTIPLE PICTURES
Judge's Comments: Edit your photos. Do they work together. Progress the story you are trying to tell. A collection of photos doesn't make a story. 
1. Well shot story. As an editor appreciate the selection of tight, medium and wide images. A lot of different pictures that work well together for a story.
2. Interesting piece. Well shot. Detailed captions. Little repetitive with two same people, similar focal lengths. Variety 
3. Interesting story. A few standout images. More time, taking more chances with composition and lighting, and I can see this story improving. 

1. Micah Bond

Michael Ilgert operates a small dairy farm in Renfrew County, Ont. Although technically illegal because of health concerns, Ilgert sells the raw milk as a healthier alternative to conventional pasteurized milk. Raw milk advocates say the pasteurization process destroys nutrients in milk and that raw milk is safe if proper sanitation procedures are followed.

Donnandale Farms in Hastings County, Ont. has been producing milk for almost 100 years. The farm provides raw milk to Reid's Dairy in Belleville where it is pasteurized according to conventional methods.














2. Amanda Cheung

WATERLOO, Ont. (16/10/2014)- Monica Chamberland reaches for the yogurt that is passed to her by Graham Jackson in Waterloo, Ont., on Thursday, October 16, 2014. Monica and Graham have been dumpster diving for years. It is an intentional lifestyle choice to help lessen the impact of food waste and fight the Western culture of overconsumption. Photo by Amanda Cheung

WATERLOO, Ont. (16/10/2014)- About 40 percent of food produced each year in Canada gets thrown out. This is just some of what Monica and Graham reclaimed from their dive in Waterloo, Ont., on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. Photo by Amanda Cheung

WATERLOO, Ont. (16/10/2014)- Monica Chamberland poses just before going into a hidden dumpster in Waterloo, Ont., on Thursday October 16, 2014. Monica has been dumpster diving for years. Diving is something she is passionate about. She believes that world hunger is not a problem of quantity but rather, a matter of distribution. Photo by Amanda Cheung

WATERLOO, Ont. (16/10/2014)- Monica and Graham look inside the dumpster to see if there are reclaimable goods inside. Monica and Graham have been dumpster diving for years and as Graham says, "has gotten to know the dumpsters." They know their routines, when stuff gets thrown out and when their waste gets picked up. Photo by Amanda Cheung

WATERLOO, Ont. (16/10/2014)- Monica and Graham look at the meat they just dived as they put it in the car with the rest of the produce they got that day in Waterloo, Ont., on Thursday October 16, 2014. About 40 percent of food produced each year in Canada get thrown out. Photo by Amanda Cheung

KITCHENER, Ont. (02/11/2014)- Graham Jackson prepares the chicken he dumpster dived in his home in Kitchener, Ont., on Sunday, November 2, 2014. Items he dives are still good to eat but may be past the best before date. Jackson wishes to educate people that the best before date is usually just a safe period set by health Canada but many products are still good beyond that date. Photo by Amanda Cheung

KITCHENER, Ont. (02/11/2014)- Graham Jackson looks in his fridge to brainstorm what vegetable dish to make. All items have been reclaimed through dumpster diving. Jackson says in order for us to make an impact in food waste reduction, we need to have a paradigm shift. Jackson explains that when we look in our fridge, we have to think not about what ideally we want to eat, but what should be eater first. Photo by Amanda Cheung

KITCHENER, Ont. (02/11/2014)- All of these items have been reclaimed through dumpster diving, including the spices and the bags used to stores different produce. Photo by Amanda Cheung

KITCHENER, Ont. (02/11/2014)- Graham Jackson cooks the chicken he dumpster dived on his barbecue in Kitchener, Ont., on Sunday, November 2, 2014. Everything used to prepare the chicken, including the spices have been reclaimed through dumpster diving. Photo by Amanda Cheung
KITCHENER, Ont. (02/11/2014)- Friends gather at Graham's house to enjoy a meal of dumpster dived food in Kitchener, Ont., on Sunday, November 2, 2014. The blue plates on the table were also reclaimed through dumpster diving. Photo by Amanda Cheung
3. Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (13/11/14)— From left: Hannah, Kai and Grace enjoy dinner with their adopted mother Anne while their adopted father Bob is out bringing a hot meal to Anne's sick and elderly father on Tuesday Oct. 13, 2014. The three children with Down syndrome are not related by blood, but were adopted by Bob and Anne Freeland. Hannah and Kai were adopted before their first year passed, whereas Grace was adopted when she was ten and a half. The Freelands have adopted many children over the years, the majority of the children have Down syndrome, and these three are the youngest of eight adopted kids. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (13/11/14)— Anne Freeland ruffles her adopted daughter Hannah's hair while the kids play a rousing game of Monopoly in their Belleville residence on Thursday Oct. 13, 2014. Early in her life Anne found that she had a particular disease which in pregnancy would cause great danger to both her and baby, so from there her and her husband Bob decided that adoption would be their route for having family. Over the years the couple has adopted eight children, and they are currently raising the three youngest of those. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (16/11/14)— Hannah Freeland sits with her adopted father, Bob, while he sells homemade baked goods at the Bridge Street Christmas bazaar on Nov. 16, 2014 in Belleville, Ont. Bob is often found in his kitchen all day, cooking for his family and also to make money. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (13/11/14)— Kai and Hannah Freeland play Kai's brand-new Monopoly board game in their Belleville home on Thursday Nov. 13, 2014. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (13/11/14)— Grace Freeland (15) plays a rousing game of Monopoly on Thursday Oct. 13, 2014 with her adopted siblings Hannah (13) and Kai (24) in their Belleville, Ont. home. Unlike her other siblings, who were adopted before they even turned one, Grace was a late-comer to the Freeland family and was adopted when she was twelve, after passing through the foster care system for the entirety of her childhood. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (13/11/14)— Hannah and Kai Freeland play-fight , as siblings do, while they play Monopoly together on Thursday Oct. 13, 2014 in their Belleville home. The two children with Down syndrome are siblings by adoption from Toronto, and were both adopted before they reached their first year, so have enough history to justify the friendly fights that often occur between them. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. 18/11/14)— Hannah Freeland prepares for her weekly Tuesday evening swimming class on Nov. 18, 2014. The class is taught by her parents to a small group of people with various disabilities at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre in Belleville, Ont. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (18/11/14)— Hannah and Kai Freeland, siblings by adoption, walk hand-in-hand as the end of their weekly Tuesday evening swimming lessons at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre draws near, on Nov. 18, 2014. Their adopted parents Anne and Bob teach the class for their three children with Down syndrome— Kai, Grace, and Hannah—in addition to a group of about seven other children with various disabilities. All three of the Freeland children have jam-packed weekly schedules filled with activities such as riding lessons, speed skating, swimming lessons, cheer, and hip-hop, just to name a few. Photo by Hannah Lawson

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (18/11/14)— Anne Freeland instructs her daughter Hannah during their weekly swimming lesson at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre on Tuesday Nov. 18, 2014. Photo by Hannah Lawson


Points Awarded
560 - Andrew Lahodynskyj
450 - Andrew Johnson
450 - Amanda Cheung
410 - Hannah Lawson
320 - Franki Ikeman
375 - Zachary Prong
300 - Maggie Naylor
200 - Micah Bond
185 - Gabrielle Smith
150 - Dillan Cools
125 - Hannah Eden
125 - Annie Sakkab
110 - Bradley Ruszkowski
100 - Andrew Meade
100 - Graeme Murphy
100 - Alyssa Lloyd
50 - Julia Rhebergen
50 - Brian Cannon
50 - Jeremy McKay
25 - Nakita Krucker
25 - Thomas Surian
25 - Amanda Paulhus
25 - Helene Roth
10 - Elaine Bombay
10 - Tristan Urry
10 - Gretchen Chi
10 - Charlie Vilagut