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Photographer/Director Dick Patrick Receives 2019 DSVC Golden Egg Award at The Dallas Show
- Friday, Jun. 14, 2019
Most prestigious award the DSVC bestows
Photographer/Director Dick Patrick was awarded the Golden Egg Award at the 51st Anniversary DSVC 2019 The Dallas Show held Saturday, June 8, 2019 at the South Side Ballroom.
The Dallas Show is the leading juried competition + awards show for professionals in the Southwest. DSVC recognizes and honors the region’s top creative work in advertising, design, interactive illustration and photography. The Golden Egg is given to honor an individual who has, in their advertising career, made an extraordinary contribution to advertising creativity, education and mentoring, and had a positive and lasting impact on the industry. It is the most prestigious award the DSVC can bestow.
"I was surprised and humbled to receive The DSVC’s Golden Egg. I’m grateful to them for the honor—and to everyone who has supported me and my work all these years," Dick Patrick said.
About Dick Patrick
Dick Patrick is a third-generation photographer who has enjoyed owning and operating his business, Dick Patrick Studios, Inc. for more than 30 years. Over the past three decades he has been producing striking imagery for a variety of international companies. Helping his clients achieve their marketing communication goals has been his highest priority. From the most appetizing food photographs to sublime still-life images, Dick's style has enhanced the marketing efforts of companies worldwide. www.dpatrick.com
The Dallas Society of Visual Communications (DSVC) was founded in 1957 as the Dallas/Fort Worth Art Directors Club. As the Metroplex grew, however, the club broadened its scope to embrace all professionals involved in marketing communication, including writers, photographers, illustrators, broadcast producers, Internet professionals, and the many vendors and suppliers who support them. In 1975, the Club officially changed its name to The Dallas Society of Visual Communications—a change that coincided with the emergence of Dallas/Fort Worth as a center of accomplishment in advertising, design, filmmaking, and numerous other facets of visual communication. Over the years, the DSVC has grown to become one of the largest independent clubs of its kind. Along the way it has continually sought to elevate the standards of the industry and promote the value that creative professionals add to commerce and the community at-large. www.dsvc.org
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