DMJX Photojournalism is a showcase and a news site from the Department of Photojournalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark.
The Danish School of Media and Journalism began educating photojournalists back in 1992 and ever since we have developed an intense and creative programme. We run both a Danish BA programme (4 years study) and two international courses (half a year each) in photojournalism. The international courses are The Language of Photojournalism and Advanced Visual Story Telling. All our photojournalism courses are highly renown around the world. And a lot of our students are prize winning photojournalists.
The purpose of this website is to give our great students a chance to show the work they've made while studying at the Danish School of Media and Journalism. At the same time we have the possibility to write news about our students and from The Department of Photojournalism.
All in all this should give you a chance to explore the quality of work made by our students and give you an insight in the daily life at our school.
The website is maintained by the faculty teachers, Søren Pagter and Mads Greve. The webmaster, supporter and designer is Sofus Comer. The students themselves upload their work to this website and therefore they decide which work to show and whether they want to display anything at all.
DMJX Photojournalism only displays work of current and former students of photojournalism from the Danish School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark.
Video interview (in Dansh) with Ida Gulbæk Arentsen about her third term reportage from Kirgisistan. Click to watch.
Interviews (in Danish) with a selection of students both at the school and doing internships. Click to watch.