Edward Stokes’ most recent award is from Singapore.
Prior to that, he received awards in Hong Kong where he has published books since 1995.
Scroll down to see Ed’s earliest awards. These were from Australia, where he began his career as a photographer and writer in the 1980s.
|2011||National Arts Council, Singapore
Singapore Permanent Residency, Foreign Artistic Talent Scheme
Besides the institutional awards given below, as Publisher for the Hong Kong Conservation Photography Foundation (1997 – 2007) and The Photographic Heritage Foundation (2008 to the present) Edward Stokes led book origination and funding partnerships with (given here in chronological order): The Swire Group; Cathay Pacific; MTR Corporation; Hong Kong Tourist Association; Shell; Kadoorie Farm & Botanical Garden; Dr Helmut Sohmen; Jebsen & Co. Ltd; Deacons; Mr and Mrs Shum Choi Sang; Friends of the Country Parks; Cypress Group of Companies; KCR Corporation; Asia Financial; Chinachem Group; Dr Charles Yeung and the GS Charity Foundation.
Silver Winner, Design Excellence, Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong
|2004||The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Book Production Grant, Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong
|2003||The Lord Wilson Heritage Trust
Research Grant, Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong
|2003||Hong Kong Print Awards
Merit Award, Hong Kong Nature Calendar 2003
|2002||American Institute of Architects
Citation For Advocacy, Hong Kong Conservation Publications
|1998||Rolex Awards for Enterprise
Final Shortlist, Hong Kong Conservation Photography Foundation
|1993||Rolex Awards for Enterprise
Selected Project, Australian Exploration Trilogy
Book Writing Fellowship, Innocents Abroad
Best Writer Award, Groote Eylandt Aborigines
|1988||Bicentennial Awards for Excellence
Final Shortlist, Overall Literary Achievement
Book Writing Fellowship, The Desert Coast
|1988||Victorian Premier’s Literary Award
Final Shortlist, To The Inland Sea
Best Photographer Award, Lasseter’s Gold
|1986||Northern Territory Government
Annual History Award, Across The Centre
Book Writing Grant, To The Inland Sea
|1982||New South Wales Government
Social History Grant, United We Stand
Book Writing Grant, United We Stand