For his fancy-dress portraits, presumably photographs of guests at the mayoral fancy-dress ball which opened the new Exhibition Building in September 1866.
For 'Specimens of Copper-Plate and Steel Engraving'
For the most meritorious drawing by a pupil of the School of Design
Prize at the 1866-67 Melbourne Intercolonial Exhibition
Best painting illustrative of colonial life
Awarded for a pine-resin varnish soluble only in spirit of wine.
Medal for the 'General Excellence'
For his photographic views
Also commended as a 'persevering' pupil. South Australian Society of Arts exhibition
Won both prizes for crayon copies of sculpture by pupils of the School of Desig