Awards

Daniel J. Cox receives the Outstanding Photographer of the Year Award in 2013 from NANPA. Pictured with Miriam Stein, Chair of the NANPA Awards Committee

Daniel J. Cox receives the Outstanding Photographer of the Year Award in 2013 from NANPA. Pictured with Miriam Stein, Chair of the NANPA Awards Committee. Photo © David Small.

What they are:

Awards fit two broad categories:

NANPA Recognition Awards – Recognize one’s accomplishments, stature or length of service to nature photography.

NANPA Service Awards – Recognize a member who has served NANPA in an extraordinary way. These awards might go to committee leaders, a newsletter editor, etc. Service Awards may be given out at different times than Recognition Awards (e.g., the Annual Business Meeting).

 

When they happen:

Winners are usually announced in April of each year, and presented at the following NANPA Summit. Not all awards are presented annually.

 

How they’re decided:

  • The NANPA Awards Committee accepts nominations for all NANPA and NANPA Foundation awards and grants.
  • The Awards Committee selects and evaluates candidates for each award and makes recommendations to the NANPA Board of Directors.
  • The Board of Directors (with possible assistance from the Advisory Council) approves recipients.

 

Make a nomination:

Any member can nominate a deserving candidate.

Log in to Member Services and click on “Nominate Members for Awards.”

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Learn about each award:

COMMUNITY RECOGNITION AWARD
EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHER AWARD
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AWARD
FELLOWS AWARD
KINNE LEGACY AWARD
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT IN NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD
NANPA MISSION AWARD
OUTSTANDING NATURE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR AWARD
OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD