OVERALL FIRST PLACE WINNER
Rick Sheremeta has been named Overall First Place Winner among all catagories in the
4th Annual Montana Wilderness Association's "Picture Wild Montana" Photo Contest for his entry entitled "Granite Park".
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Rick Sheremeta has been named as a Semi-Finalist in the categories of "Creative Visions of Nature" and "Wild Places" for the 2010 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of The Year Competition. This competition is open to photographers worldwide and is held annually at the Natural History Museum of Great Britain.
New Workshop Sponsorship
Tamron USA has announced that it will provide sponsorship for Rick's 2010 Glacier Park Nature Photography Workshop and Summer Horse Roundup Photo Shoot ....Click to see Tamron's schedule of sponsored Events
Tamron Welcomes Rick to It's List of Professional Photographers
February 2010 -
Tamron USA, a leading manufacturer of fine photographic lenses, has added Rick to it's On-Line Gallery of Professional Photographers ....Click to view the Gallery
PMA Annual Convention
February 2010 -
Rick and Dody's images will be featured by Tamron at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Annual Convention to be held February 21 through February 23, 2010 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Leading manufacturers of photographic equipment and professionals from around the world convene at this annual event to introduce and showcase new equipment, share knowledge and promote new ideas related to the photographic industry.
Rick Takes Two Exhibit First Places
June 2009 -
It was announced, by the Swan View Coalition, that two of Rick's photos entitled "New Day"and "Birch Lake" have been selected as 1st Place winners, in the professional category, for the upcoming exhibition "Celebrating the Swan". This photographic exhibit will be held from August 25 thru September 5th, 2009 at the Bigfork Museum of Art and History in Bigfork, Montana. In addition to the winning images, two of Rick's other pieces have also been selected for the exhibit. These photographic prints will be available for purchase with 50% of the proceeds going to the Museum and Swan View Coalition.