Melbourne Press Club: 2019 Quill Awards winners

• The best category winner is selected as the Gold Quill winner

The winners of the 25th Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism were announced on Friday evening.

The Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism are the premier media awards in Victoria. Established by the Melbourne Press Club in 1995 with 10 awards, the Quills now celebrate the best work in over 30 categories across all media.

The best category winner is selected as the Gold Quill winner, receiving a $7,500 prize supported by principal sponsors Virgin Australia and Monash University.

Entrants to the Quills must be employed by a media organisation that is based in Victoria or conducts substantial publishing or broadcasting activities in Victoria. They must work primarily in Victoria or have been sent from Victoria on an interstate or overseas assignment for a Victorian media organisation.

2019 Quills: The Gold Quill
Michael Willson of AFL Media won the 2019 Gold Quill for his photo ‘The Kick’

2019 Quills: Artwork
Sam Mularczyk won the 2019 Artwork Quill for animation work on Network 10’s The Project

2019 Quills: Breaking News Coverage
Mike Amor, Sharnelle Vella, and Nick McCallum of 7NEWS won the 2019 Breaking News Coverage Quill for their coverage of the George Pell guilty verdict

2019 Quills: Business Feature
Amy Bainbridge, Loretta Florance & Lucy Kent of ABC 7.30 won the 2019 Business Feature Quill for ‘Bankruptcy Hunters’

2019 Quills: Business News
Nick McKenzie, Grace Tobin & Nick Toscano won the 2019 Business News Quill for ‘Crown Unmasked’

2019 Quills: Cartoon
Jim Pavlidis of The Age won the 2019 Cartoon Quill for ‘Who Are You Wearing?’

2019 Quills: Coverage of an Issue or Event
Chris Vedelago, Sumeyya Ilanbey & Cameron Houston of The Age won the 2019 Coverage of an Issue or Event Quill for ‘Toxic Cowboys’

2019 Quills: Feature Writing
Tom Cowie won the 2019 Feature Writing Quill for ‘Two Guys And The Yiayia Next Door’

2019 Quills: Features Photograph
Jason South won the 2019 Features Photograph Quill for coverage from Christchurch for The Age

2019 Quills: The Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism
Andy Burns and Geoff Thompson won the 2019 Grant Hattam Quill

2019 Quills: Innovation in Journalism
Margaret Burin, Nathan Hoad, Ben Spraggon & Matthew Liddy won the 2019 Innovation In Journalism Quill

2019 Quills: The Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary
Waleed Aly won the 2019 Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary

2019 Quills: News Photograph
Jason South of The Age won the 2019 News Photograph Quill

2019 Quills: News Report in Writing
David Estcourt & Clay Lucas of The Age won the 2019 News Report in Writing Quill

2019 Quills: Podcasting
Richard Baker, Rachael Dexter, Kate Cole-Adams & Siobhan McHugh won the 2019 Podcasting Quill

2019 Quills: The RACV Transport Quill
Matthew Johnston, James Campbell, Tom Minear & Kieran Rooney of the Herald Sun won the 2019 RACV Transport Quill

2019 Quills: Radio Journalism (Long Form)
Rafael Epstein, Tess Armstrong, Kristian Silva & Erin Marsicovetere won the 2019 Radio Journalism (Long Form) Quill

 

 

2019 Quills: Radio Journalism (Short Form)
Amy Bainbridge of ABC Radio AM won the 2019 Radio Journalism (Short Form) Quill

2019 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism
Charmayne Allison and Cath Grey of the Riverine Herald won the 2019 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

2019 Quills: Sports Feature
Konrad Marshall of Good Weekend magazine won the 2019 Sports Feature Quill

2019 Quills: TV/Video Feature (Long Form)
Rachael Brown, Josie Taylor, Chris Gillett & Greg Nelson of ABC 7.30 won the 2019 TV/Video Feature (Long Form) Quill

2019 Quills: The Young Journalist of the Year
Sam Cucchiara of Nine News is the 2019 Young Journalist of the Year

2019 Quills: MPC Student Journalist of the Year
Liam Petterson of University of Melbourne won the 2019 Student Journalist of the Year award

2019 Quills: Sports News
Leo Schlink and Mark Buttler of the Herald Sun won the 2019 Sports News Quill

2019 Quills: Sports Photograph
AFL Media photographer Michael Willson won the 2019 Sports Photograph Quill for ‘The Kick’

 

 

2019 Quills: Suburban Journalism
Anthony Piovesan of Whittlesea Leader won the 2019 Suburban Journalism Quill

2019 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting
Cathy Jacobs, Ben Knight, Mary Gearin & Cameron Best won the 2019 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

2019 Quills: TV Camera Work (Creative Camera Work)
Travis Nemtsas of Nine News won the 2019 TV Camera Work (Creative Camera Work) Quill

2019 Quills: TV Camera Work (Shot of the Year)
Trigby Chvastek of Nine News won the 2019 TV Camera Work (Shot of the Year) Quill for coverage of the arrest of Jonathan Dick

2019 Quills: TV/Video Feature (Short Form)
Mimi Becker of Nine Network’s A Current Affair won the 2019 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill for ‘Teachers Under Attack’

2019 Quills: TV/Video News
Jayde Vincent of Nine News won the 2019 TV/Video News Quill

2019 Quills: The VicHealth Quill for Coverage of Women in Sport
Lucy Carter of ABC 7.30 has won the 2019 VicHealth Quill for Coverage of Women in Sport

2019 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Cultural Diversity
Ian Burrows & Jason Fang of ABC News won the 2019 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Cultural Diversity

2019 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues
Belinda Hawkins, Mark Farnell, Ian Harley & Vanessa Wiltshire of Australian Story & ABC News won the 2019 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

2019 Quills: Lifetime Achievement Award
Bruce McAvaney, Seven Network

Top photo: Quills McAvaney Lifetime Achievement

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