"Accreditation is the first elevation above the general membership level, and is achieved by submitting samples of the applicant’s photography to a PPOC Board of Review for Accreditation. Accreditation demonstrates that the photographer is capable of delivering above average quality photography in a chosen category.
In assessing Accreditation Submissions, the judges will consider the following criteria: Impact, Creativity, Style, Composition, Presentation, Color Balance, Center of Interest, Lighting, Subject Matter, Image file quality, Technique and Story Telling." - Professional Photographers of Canada.
Terrill Bodner's passion for the outdoors and beauty in nature is reflected in her Fine Art photography.
An avid hiker, Terrill has been photographing and creating beautiful images of wildlife and landscapes from her travels across Canada. She expresses her love of this great country through visual images that evoke a strong feeling of belonging to this part of the world.
As a member of Professional Photographers of Canada since 2010, she has twice won the PPOC-BC Northern Branch Best in Class - Pictorial Trophy for images found in her Limited Edition collection which are available as Fine Art prints. She has also won the Commercial - Best in Class trophy in 2014 from the Northern Branch.
At the 2016 PPOC-BC Image Competition, Terrill received Best in Class - Fine Art Trophy for "Oh, Happy Day!" for an image captured while photographing her first wedding. She also received the Jan De Haas Memorial Trophy - Most Creative/General Interest for the same image "Oh, Happy Day!" This image was exhibited in The Best of BC: PPOC Juried Salon Exhibition in the Capture Photography Festival in Vancouver, April 2017.
At the 2014 PPOC-BC Image Competition, Terrill received Best in Class - Press Trophy for "One More Down" for an image captured while photographing for Prince George Minor Football. She also received two Judge's Choice awards for the image "The Guardian", which you can find in her Fine Art Limited Edition collection. She was also a Finalist for Photographer of the Year!
Many of her images have hung in the PPOC National Salon and two have been selected to be included in the prestigious Loan Collection. "Running Parallel" in 2014, and "Meconopsis Grandis AKA Blue Poppies" in 2016!
Terrill strives to improve her craft and has earned the designation of Master of Photographic Arts by accumulating merits through participation in the PPOC national print salon, by working for the provincial member associations, and by promoting professional photography within the community. She is Accredited in Fine Art/Photo Decor, Travel Illustration, Botanical, Pictorial/Scenic, Nature, Ornithology/Bird, Animals, Wildlife, and Night Photography.
List of PPOC Awards and Honours:
Jan de Haas Award (Most Creative and General Interest) - PPOC-BC - November 2016 - "Oh Happy Day!"Best in Class - Fine Art - PPOC-BC - November 2016 - "Oh Happy Day!"Master of Photographic Arts - April 2016Loan Collection - PPOC - April 2016 - "Meconopsis Grandis AKA Blue Poppies"Craftsman of Photographic Arts - April 2015 Best in Class - Press - PPOC-BC - Sept 2014 - "One More Down" Photographer of the Year Finalist - PPOC-BC - Sept 2014 Judge's Choice Award (Most Creative) - PPOC-BC - Sept 2014 - "The Guardian" Judge's Choice Award (General Interest) - PPOC-BC - Sept 2014 - "The Guardian" Best in Class - Commercial - PPOC-BC Northern Branch - June 2014 - "Built to Protect Us" Loan Collection - PPOC - April 2014 - "Running Parallel" Judge's Choice Award - PPOC-BC Northern Branch - Oct 2013 - "Watchful Eyes" Best in Class - Pictoral/Scenic - PPOC-BC Northern Branch - Oct 2013 - "Reflecting Back" Best in Class - Pictoral/Scenic - PPOC-BC Northern Branch - Oct 2011 - "Morning on the Fraser River"
List of PPOC Volunteer Positions held:
PPOC-BC Northern Branch Chair 2019-presentPPOC Accreditation Judge, July 2019PPOC National Image Salon Judge, February 2019PPOC-BC Regional Image Salon Judge, September 2018PPOC National Image Salon Judge, February 2018PPOC-BC Regional Image Salon Judge, October 2017 PPOC-BC Communications Chair 2013, 2014 PPOC-BC Northern Branch Vice-Chair 2011, 2012, 2013 Accredited member of Professional Photographers of Canada since 2010
Terrill Bodner, MPA is an Accredited member of Professional Photographers of Canada and is one of a very few professional photographers living in Prince George who has achieved the designation of Master of Photographic Arts. Terrill specializes in Contemporary Portraiture, Corporate Headshots, Real Estate and Fine Art photography. Her Accreditations include Portraiture, Fine Art/Photo Decor, Animals, Wildlife, Nature, Ornithology/Bird, Botanical, Pictorial/Scenic, Travel Illustration, and Night Photography. Terrill holds the designation of Master of Photographic Arts from Professional Photographers of Canada.
She shoots in studio and on location. Come on in and snoop around!