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The International Association of Professional Birth Photographers is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 Image of the Year Competition.Our Judge panel had a very difficult job in narrowing down the winners this year as there were many excellent entries. Winners were chosen on a point system and judged on technicality, emotionality and composition.The film played at the Miami, Santa Barbara, Maui and Locarno Film Festivals and won the Audience Award at the Amnesty International Film Festival in Vancouver.Until the Violence Stops premiered on Lifetime Television and received an Emmy and a Gracie Allen Award.Under their joint venture BOBB Films, Abby and Ricki served as Executive Producers of the 2014 documentary Breastmilk and are in production on two new films: Weed the People and Sweetening the Pill.Prior to her film work Abby directed theater, helming National Tours and international premieres of RENT and “The Vagina Monologues.” Catherine Pearson is a senior reporter for the Women and Parents sections of The Huffington Post, where she writes about maternal health, reproductive rights and policy, parenting, and relationships.
If you would like to become a member of the IAPBP, you can join here.After 11 successful seasons, “The Ricki Lake Show” wrapped in 2005.Lake returned in 2012, and won the Emmy for Outstanding Talk Show Host.She became a midwife in 1977 after the powerful homebirth of one of her daughters.
Her mission is to make loving midwifery care the norm for birthing women and their babies throughout the world.
Abby Epstein produced and directed the celebrated documentary The Business of Being Born, with her longtime producing partner, Ricki Lake.