Previous AIMES Award Recipients 1996 to 2014

These are the other AIMES Awards recipients dating back to 1996.

2014
The AIMES Award winners for 2014 were:- AIMES Supreme Award ($15,000) & Arts Award ($10,000) – Ben Sanders, Author; AIMES IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Leighton Watson, Scientist; AIMES Music Award ($10,000) – Hye-Won Suh, Flute; AIMES Education Award ($10,000) – Finn Lowery, Scholar; AIMES Sport Award ($10,000) – Teneale Hatton, Sprint Canoeing; AIMES Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Dannie Cullen, Science Communication.

Judges Special Awards:- Tayla Alexander ($4,000), Singing; David Light ($6,000), Boxing.


In addition there were eight recipients of the North Harbour Club Emerging Talent Awards in 2015. They were: Harry Bartlett, Lewis Fry, Emily Scott, Kit Reilly, Nicole Ashby, Eliza McCartney, Gemma Jones, Daniel Hoy (they each received $5,000).

2013
The AIMES Award winners for 2013 were:- AIMES Supreme Award ($15,000) & Music Award ($10,000) – Ella Yelich O'Connor, Singer;  AIMES Arts Award ($10,000) – Bridget Costello, Musical Theatre Performer; AIMES IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Sarah Mitchell, Scientist; AIMES Education Award ($10,000) – Michael MacDonald, Scholar; AIMES Sport Award ($10,000) - Andrew Maloney, Sailor; AIMES Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Loren O'Sullivan, Community Volunteer; Judges Special Award ($4,000) - Liam Stone, Diver.


In addition there were eight recipients of the North Harbour Club Emerging Talent Awards in 2013. They were: Joel Granger, Matthew Jones, Alex Taylor, Natalie Te Paa, Georgia Williams, Finn Howard, George Muir & Keon Park (they each received $5,000).


2012 
The AIMES Award winners for 2012 were:- AIMES Supreme Award ($15,000) & Sports Award ($10,000) – Lydia Ko, Golfer;  AIMES Arts Award ($10,000) – Rob Tucker, Artist; AIMES IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Amy Smith, Neuro-Scientist; AIMES Music Award ($10,000) – Jason Bae, Musician; AIMES Education Award ($10,000) – Andrew MacDonald, Doctor; AIMES Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Joseph Bergin, Community/Youth Ambassador.


In addition there were six recipients of the North Harbour Club Emerging Talent Awards in 2012. They were: Petra Bullock, Nick Hall, Teneale Hatton, Sarah Mitchell, Mattea Mrkusic, Jeremy Reid & Ben Sanders (they each received $5,000).

 

2011 
The AIMES Award winners for 2011 were:- AIMES Supreme Award ($10,000) & AIMES IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Richard Stebbing, Biomedical Engineer; AIMES Arts Award ($10,000) – Elliot Christensen-Yule, Actor; AIMES Music Award ($10,000) – Moses MacKay, Singer; AIMES Education Award ($10,000) – Blake Hansen, Scholar; AIMES Sports Award ($10,000) – Thomas Abercrombie, Basketballer; AIMES Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Amanda Judd, Community Worker; Judges Special Award ($8,000) – Alisha McLennan, Dancer.


In addition there were six recipients of the North Harbour Club Emerging Talent Awards in 2011. They were: Alexandra Foster, Adam Gerrett, Seok Jun Bing, Aine Kelly-Costello, Lydia Ko & Rebecca Dubber (they each received $5,000).

 
2010

The AIMES Award winners for 2010 were:- AIMES Supreme Award ($20,000) & AIMES Sports Award ($10,000) – Jacko Gill (15) - Athlete. Jacko received a total of $20,000; AIMES Arts Award ($10,000) – Verity Burgess (23) - Singer/Dancer/Actress; AIMES IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – David MacDonald (24) - Computer Scientist; AIMES Music Award ($10,000 each - Joint Winners) – Sophie Bird (25) - Violinist; Will Martin (25) - Vocalist/Musician; AIMES Education Award ($10,000) – Andrew MacDonald (21) - Scholar; AIMES Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Anita Walbran (24); AIMES Judges Special Award ($6,000) – Shaun Quincey (25).

 

In addition there were six recipients of the North Harbour Club Emerging Talent Awards in 2010. They were: Maddie Dillon, Chloe Francis, Stephanie Mitchell, The Naked & Famous, Michael Macdonald, Joseph Bergin. Each Emerging Talent Award Winner received $4,000.
 

2009 
The AIMES Award winners for 2009 were:- AIMES Arts Award ($10,000) – ANNA-LOUISE DILLON-HERZOG (21) - Dancer; AIMES IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000 each - Joint Winners) – DANIEL PLAYNE (21) - Computer Scientist; YVETTE PERROTT (23) - Scholar; AIMES Music Award ($10,000 each - Joint Winners) – GRAYSON MASEFIELD (22) - Musician; AMALIA HALL (20) - Musician; AIMES Education Award ($10,000) – ADRIENNE ANDERSON (25) - Scholar; AIMES Supreme Award ($20,000) & Sports Award ($10,000) – MELISSA INGRAM (25) - Swimmer. Melissa received a total of $30,000; AIMES North Shore City Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – CAMERON CALKOEN (25).


In addition there were six recipients of the North Harbour Club Emerging Talent Awards in 2009. They were: Sophie Corbidge, Chris Rahardja, Jenna Gallie, Jason Bae, Ellen Deverall, Arkesh Patel. Each Emerging Talent Award Winner received $4,000, with the exception of Jason Bae, who received $2,000 and a recording session.

 
2008
The AIMES Award winners for 2008 were:- Tom Ashley ($30,000 - Joint Sport and overall winner), Sophie Henderson ($10,000 - Arts), Daniel Playne ($10,000 - IT, Innovation & Science), Naomi Jones  ($10,000 - Education), Sean Yang ($10,000 - Service to the Community), Melissa Ingram ($7,000 - Judges Special Award). Emerging Talent Awards ($4000 each) Verity Burgess, Brittany Carter, Andrew MacDonald, Andrew Maloney,Yvette Perrott, Yousif Rassam, Chris Steele, Erin Taylor,The Earlybirds (Filip Kostovich, Jared Aisher, Michael Cannon, Sean Patterson and Kane ter Veer).

2007
The AIMES Award winners for 2007 were:- Matthew Flinn ($25,000 - Joint Education and overall winner), Ananth Gopal ($10,000 - Arts), Daniel Playne ($10,000 - IT, Innovation & Science), Sarah McCallum ($10,000 - Music), Tanya Cooling ($10,000 - Music), Hollie Smith ($10,000 - Music), Jo Aleh ($10,000 - Sport), Loren O’Sullivan ($10,000 - Service to the Community).Emerging Talent Awards ($2000 each) Samuel Coldicutt, Robert Ellis, Mikhail Koudinov, Alexandra Maloney, Stephen Smith, Rob Tucker.

2006
The AIMES Award winners for 2006 were:- Rebecca Spence  ($20,000 - Joint Sports and overall winner), Juliette Haigh  ($20,000 - Joint Sports and overall winner), Dmitri (Dima) Ivanov ($8,000 - Arts), Hayley Reynolds ($8,000 - IT, Innovation & Science), Julia McCarthy (Joint Music - $8,000), Sarah McCracken (Joint Music - $8,000), Chye-Ching Huang ($8,000 - Education), Cameron Calkoen ($8,000 - Service to the Community). Emerging Talent Awards ($2000 each) Tom Ashley, Richard Chen, Caroline Grey, Blake Hansen. Violinist Richard Chen also received $5,000 from Corelli School for production of his own CD.

2005
The AIMES Award winners for 2005 were:- Nodira Khoussainova  ($17,000 - IT and overall winner), Ananth Gopal ($7,000 - Arts), The Checks - Karel Chabera, Jacob Moore, Ed Knowles, Sven Petterson, Callum Martin (Music - $5,000 plus $5,000 from Corelli School for production of a CD), Elizabeth Duncan ($5,000 - Education), Hannah McLean ($5,000 - sport), Amalia Hall ($500 - Violinist, Judges Special Award).

2004
The AIMES Award winners for 2004 were:- Heather Brown  ($17,000 - IT and overall winner), Kendra Oxley ($7,000 - Arts), Simone Roggen (Music - $5,000 plus $5,000 from Corelli School for production of a CD), Vicki McCall ($5,000 - Education), Nicole Roughan ($5,000 - Education), Juliette Haigh ($5,000 - Sport), Corney Swanepoel ($5,000 - Sport).

2003
The AIMES Award winners for 2003 were:- Kristen Darragh  ($27,000 - Music), Karen Lindsay ($8,000 - Education), James Cressey ($8,000 - Sport), Felicity Rogers ($8,000 - Arts), Nodira Khoussainova ($8,000 - IT), Matthew Flinn ($5,000 - Music).

2002
The AIMES Award winners for 2002 were:- Terenzo Bozzone  ($18,000 - Sport), James Russell ($8,000 - Education), Sarah McCallum ($8,000 - Music), Anna-Louise Herzog ($8,000 - Arts), Michael Brown ($8,000 - IT), Robbie Ellis ($5,000 - Music).

2001
The AIMES Award winners for 2001 were:- Mark Robinson ($13,000 - Education), Helen Candy ($8,000 - Arts), Emma Buckton ($4,000 - Music), Vanessa McGowan ($4,000 - Music), Sarah McCallum ($9,000 - Music), Michael Bullot ($8,000 - Sport), Terenzo Bozzone ($7,000 - Sport), Paul Bracewell ($5,000 - Education), Ian Munro ($3,000 -Education) Dean Kent ($2000 - Sport), Jennifer Dryburgh ($2,000 - Sport), Jordan Barnes ($500 - Arts), Jonathan Coulam ($500 - IT), Fleur Ritchie ($1,000 - Music).

2000
The AIMES Award winners for 2000 were:- Clarissa Dunn ($13,000 - Education), Lara Hall ($8,000 - Music), Andrea Proud ($8,000 - Arts), Monique Robins ($8,000 - Sport), Scott Talbot-Cameron ($5000 - Sport), Steven Ferguson ($5000 - Sport), Michael Bassett ($3000 - Sport), Terenzo Bozzone ($3000 - Sport), Simon Rea ($2000 - Sport).

1999
The AIMES Award winners for 1999 were:- Rainer Gibbons ($8,000 - Music), Benjamin Pilley ($5,000 - Sport), Jennifer Dryburg ($5,000 - Sport), Nikolozi Meladze ($3,000 - Education), Slavik Shorinov ($2,500 - Sport), Jamie Voss ($2,000 - Education & Sport), Mark Wells ($1,500 - Arts), Jon Gorrie ($1,000), Helen Candy ($1,000 - Arts), Elaine Dowsett ($1,000), Felicity Rogers ($1,000 - Arts), Bradley Fagan ($500 - Art), Ji-Hyun Kim ($500 - Music), Teresa Davis (Presented with a Picolo Clarinet - Music).

1998
The AIMES Award winners for 1998 were:- Nathan Handley ($8,000 - Sport), Neil Watson ($3,750 - Music), Justin Bird (Piano - Music), Amanda Rubick ($2,500 - Education), Jemima Smeadley ($2,000 - Sport), Alister Gair ($2,000 - Sport), Felicity Gould-Hope ($2,000 - Sport), Jennifer Dryburgh ($2,000 - Sport), Jayson Herbert ($2,000 - Sport).

1997
The AIMES Award winners for 1997 were:- Philip Misur ($6,000 - Education), Lara Hall ($3,000 - Music), Claire Speedy ($2,000 - Education), Sarah Macky ($2,000 - Sport), Jayson Herbert ($2,000 - sport), Alastair Gair ($2,000 - Sport), Julie Worth ($2,000 - Sport), Craig Harper ($2,000 - Sport), Matthew Davies ($2,000 - Sport), Nathan Handley ($2,000 - Sport).

1996
The AIMES Award winners for 1996 were:- Patricia Bolton ($10,000), Daniel Slater ($5,000), Matt Brown ($2,500), Simon Cooke ($2,500), A. Ottingon ($1,500), J. Ashworth ($1000), A. Lye ($1,000), E. Tepavac ($1,000).