L.A. Photo Curator results!


Curator: Laurie Freitag
Director- L.A. Photo Curator

First Place                 
Thouly Dosios 'The Net'

Second Place:                 
Natalie Obermaier 'Panache'

Honorable Mentions:       
Thouly Dosios 'Matching Chaplins',
Prescott Moore Lassman 'Wigs',
Meghan E. Jones 'Carnival Laughs'
Best Series:
Thouly Dosios

Thirty-seven of the most captivating images submitted to the 'Siblings' competition are compiled in a 64 page 8.5"x 8/5" softcover 
book now available for purchase.

Visit the provided link to preview and buy the book. Additionally, five percent of the book sales will be donated to UNICEF.


A note from the curator:

"I extend my heartfelt gratitude to all participants in this competition! This contest holds a special significance for me, as it coincided with a deeply personal experience – my sister's departure from the state in June. The separation from a sibling is an unusual and poignant experience, especially when we have grown up together, whether in adjacent bedrooms or even sharing the same room. The bonds that tie siblings together transcend physical proximity, making such a departure a departure from the ordinary state of being."

Laurie Freitag


5% of artist entry fees for 'Siblings' goes to the charity of the curator. Laurie Freitag has chosen Smile Train and UNICEF. Over the past 20+ years, Smile Train has supported safe and quality cleft care for 1.5+ million children around the world. 
Another 5% will go to the first place winner's choice of charity. Thouly Dosios has chosen Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA), in memory of her mother Glyka Dosiouhttps://ocrahope.org/

All submitted works to the exhibition will be showcased online. Explore the entire collection by clicking on the links below.