Yup, my stuff was there too. The only piece I had in the competition was the Dragoon (on the left). But I gave a presentation in the morning on painting historical figures in acrylic, so I brought along the other figures for the talk. Once I was done, I included them in my display, though they were for display only and not judged as part of the show. The figures are a bit underexposed against that white background, so not the best picture. But since I already have nice close ups of each, I didn't spend much time trying to get nice shots of my own work at the show.
During the award ceremony I was surprised and honored to be given this year SCAHMS Masters Award. This is something they present to one person each year recognizing your body of work, not just your entries at this years show.