Peter Power was a judge in the 2019 v16 Photography Competition Contest
WPJA Judge since 2006 -
Peter Power is a Toronto-based award-winning professional photographer with an emphasis on editorial and corporate portraits and story-telling.
With a wealth of carefully cultivated experience that draws on three decades of work in Canada and abroad, Power is widely considered among the top visual story-tellers in Canada with photography and journalism skills honed from years of assignments photographing everything from business leaders to revolutionaries. His corporate and commercial work has grown steadily with creative, well-produced and consistently high quality location photography while he continues to provide editorial clients with the highest standard of images and video.
The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The Canadian Press, Canadian Geographic, the CBC, CAMH Foundation, Maclean's, Reuters, PostMedia, National Post, OurKids Media, Communitech, Clothesline Media, Appleby College, and NOMA Event Design are among Power's list of clients. He also works as a photography instructor at two community colleges in Ontario, and shares his experience and knowledge through instructional workshops and speaking engagements.
Power has been named the Photographer of the Year five times, has won four Canadian National Newspaper Awards (nominated nine times) and has won the prestigious Governor General's Michener Award for Public Service Journalism. His work has been recognized many times by the National Press Photographer's Association (NPPA), News Photographer's Association of Canada (NPAC), Pictures of the Year International (POYi), the Society of Newspaper Design (SND) among others. His multimedia work has been recognized internationally as a Webby Award Honoree three times, a Webby Award Finalist once, a POYi winner, and a NPAC POY winner.