The results of the 2017 Photography in Medical Physics (PiMP) competition have been announced at the “Gamma Gurus Gala Dinner” of the Engineering and Physical Sciences in Medicine Conference, EPSM 2017 at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart earlier this week. The dinner also featured a display of selected images from the competition printed in high gloss on metal, which were auctioned off for the benefit of charitable work.
There were awards for the professional judging and for the public vote, the “Public PiMP” award chosen by members and staff of ACPSEM.
1st place – Claire Pagulayan “Luring your supervisor into having a TEAP meeting”
2nd place – Claire Pagulayan “Broken Mirror”
3rd place – Alicia Moggre and Andy Cousins “The Dangers Of Lisping”
Honourable Mention – Amy Walker “Retired Flight Tube”
Honourable Mention – Frank Gagliardi “Medical Physicist’s Jelly Shots“
Honourable Mention – Jarrad Begg – “Top Down Target”
People’s Choice – Public PiMP Award
1st place and Public PiMP Award – Claire Pagulayan “Broken Mirror”
2nd place – Claire Pagulayan “Luring your supervisor into having a TEAP meeting”
3rd place – Jarrad Begg “Aligned On The Future”
Honourable Mention – Giles Wynn-Williams “Medical Physicist Commitment 1978”
Honourable Mention – Nikki Shelton “New frontiers”
Congratulations to all winners! Thanks to all participants for entering, thanks to our judges, and thanks to all the members and staff who participated in the online vote!
Thank you also to the ACPSEM leadership and HQ staff (current and past), in particular Susie Zhong, Geoff Barbaro and Hannah Pia Baral, as well as to Leah Biffin, the EPSM 2017 social co-ordinator! You all were essential to the success of PiMP 2017.
We would also like to thank Hans and Jason of the Gamma Gurus for again supporting PiMP this year!
Joerg Lehmann (PiMP Master) and Alannah Kejda (PiMP Mistresses)