2016 CLIX Photo Competition – Entry Form

CLIX 2016 Photo Competition

2016 CLIX Photo Competition – Entry Form

Please fill in all required fields below to enter a photo in the 2016 CLIX Photo Competition.

Please upload only a .jpg file that is 1080 pixels along the long edge.

CLIX is open to students’ work done between Sept. 1, 2015, and March 20, 2016. There’s also a new category this year for faculty and staff of the School of Communications, Media and Design.

Entry deadline: 11:59 p.m., March 20.

Good luck to all entrants!

The submission deadline has passed. Thank you to all who entered and good luck!

About the 2016 CLIX Photo Competition

Awards: April 6 at 4 p.m. in the Corridor Gallery at Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre, 951 Carlaw Ave., Toronto, ON.

Entry deadline: 11:59 p.m., March 20
Open to students’ work done between Sept. 1, 2015, and March 20, 2016.
– Portrait
– Sports
– Life, Arts & News
– Nature & Landscapes
– Android/iPhone Pics (can be altered on the phone thru an app like Snapseed)
For School of Communications, Media and Design Faculty and Staff – general

What is CLIX all about?
It’s about celebrating the best in digital imaging from students in all programs at the Story Arts Centre, not just journalism. Images can be course-related work or not.


Henry Wong
Henry Wong

Henry Wong (VP/CD @ Tenzing)

Henry Wong is the Creative Director and Vice President of Tenzing, a marketing and branding company based in Toronto.

His roots spanning 20 years include being Creative Director for a global ad agency, Saatchi & Saatchi.

In addition to applying his award-winning mind to such produces as beer, cars, packaged goods and credit unions, Henry has assisted politicians, professional athletes and TV personalities.

His expertise has had him called to write and be written on by publications and broadcast outlets such as the CBC, CTV, The Globe and Mail and The Toronto Star.

Marni Goldman
Marni Goldman

Marni Goldman (Sr. TV Prod @ Shaw Media)

Marni Goldman is a highly creative senior media leader with extensive experience as a producer, writer and director on a wide range of unscripted programming in the Canadian television industry. In her current role as Production Executive for Original Lifestyle Content at Shaw Media, Marni oversees development and production for a slate of shows on HGTV and The Food Network.

Prior to joining Shaw, Marni spent four years as a Production Executive at Rogers Media. Her top-rated series included Wild Things with Dominic MonaghanThe LiquidatorStorage Wars Canada and Survivorman.

Marni is a graduate of McGill University. Her Master’s thesis was titled: “Oh say can you see, eh?”: The Canadian Identity Debate and its Relation to Television.”

She has served on a variety of juries and judging panels, including The Canadian Screen Awards, The Banff Rockie Awards, The Reel World Film Festival, and the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition Selection Committee.

Barbara Adhiya
Barbara Adhiya

Barbara Adhiya ( Sr. Editor @ Reuters)

Barbara’s photo career started when she went to Turkey with her manual Canon camera and returned with over 350 photos, on film!

From there she joined Masterfile, a Toronto stock photo agency, selecting photos for clients from a library of 300,000.

Completing a degree in broadcast journalism at Ryerson University in addition to her years in stock photo, an opening at The Canadian Press for a bilingual photo editor was an obvious next step.

Reuters moved its photo desk from the U.S. to Toronto forming the Reuters North American Photo Desk. After more than a decade with CP, and having an international background, becoming a photo editor at Reuters was the perfect fit.

John Montgomery
John Montgomery

John Montgomery (Art Director, Canadian Business & MoneySense Magazine, Rogers Media)

John Montgomery is the art director for Canadian Business and MoneySense magazines, as well as the contributing designer for Taddle Creek magazine.

He previously worked at Toronto Life magazine.

He’s been nominated for several National Magazine awards — including Tablet Magazine of the Year — and won a Canadian Cover award in 2012.

He is also the co-founder of Post-Production Night, a social evening for magazine art departments.