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National Photographic Award

Local Professional Photographer Gerry O’Carroll wins National Photographic Award

The Irish Professional Photographers Association (IPPA) is delighted to announce that Gerry O’Carroll was awarded The Irish Professional Photographers Association Certificate of Excellence in Family & Children’s Portraiture at the National Photographic Awards held in the Wood Quay Venue in Dublin recently (Thursday 28th February 2013).

The Irish Professional Photographers Association presented Awards in 13 separate categories, promoting the very best in Irish professional photography.

The Annual National Photographic Awards is the flagship event of the IPPA calendar. All IPPA members are Qualified, Registered and Insured Professional Photographers.

Gerry O’Carroll has operated his multi award-winning Studio, together with his wife, Ann, in Waterford, since 1997. He has shown a remarkable consistence and frequency of success in many disciplines of photography, both nationally and internationally over the past 15 years.

The Irish Professional Photographers’ Association (IPPA) has been serving the interests of professional photographers and dedicating itself to the improvement of their standards in Ireland for over sixty years. The Irish Professional Photographers Association with over 300 practising members located throughout the country, is a qualified Association and awards Fellowship (F.I.P.P.A), Associateship (A.I.P.P.A) and Licentiateship (L.I.P.P.A) qualifications to its members.

The IPPA are members of the Federation of European Professional Photographers and maintain close links to other associations in Northern Ireland, Britain, Europe and the United States.

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