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This image was awarded a silver award at the 44th annual Connecticut Art Directors Club Award Show. (Photo by Adam Coppola Photography )
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Killingworth-based Coppola Photography received a silver award in both the Photography Category and in the Television Commercial Category at the 44th annual Connecticut Art Directors Club (CADC) Award Show.
“I feel very honored to have received awards from the CADC (Connecticut Art Directors Club). I was so impressed by the amazing work being produced by this creative community and to receive two silver awards was an absolute honor. This event (CADC Annual Award Show) always makes me feel inspired, motivated, and part of an extremely talented community of creatives,” said Adam Coppola, photographer/director of Coppola Photography.
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