Last day at the DMJX bunker

Yesterday, Mads Greve and Søren Pagter met at DMJX to pack everything and get ready for moving to the new campus.
Due to the current Covid-19 situation it was an emotional experience closing down the photo department without any buzzing students around.

View of the school seen from the photo department. All except the main building will be torn down. Photo: Søren Pagter.
Mads Greve is his office. The room was originally a small classroom for the photojournalist students. More than ten years back the photo department had three staff teachers and two of them shared this office. When we went from three to two staff teachers, Mads got the largest single office at the school. Photo: Søren Pagter.
Wonder how many access cards have opened the door into the legendary 205 computer room? Photo: Søren Pagter.
Søren Pagter and Mads Greve in the photojournalists’ computer room. Photo: Søren Pagter.
205 without students. In the be
Years of experience gathered in safety distance at the 200 corridor; Søren Pagter (left) 22 yerars at DMJX, Lars Bjerg (middle) 25 years at DMJX and Mads Greve (right) 16 years at the school. Photo: Søren Pagter.
Student lockers at the 200-corridor that connects the old main builing with the new building, which houses the photo department. Photo: Sørern Pagter.
The office has been emptied. Søren Pagter has had the same office 20 out of the 22 years, he has worked at DMJX. Photo: Mads Greve.
Old student projects and equipment packed and ready to be moved to the new campus. For more than 15 years the walls at DMJX have been decorated with pictures from the Danish Picture of the Year. Photo: Søren Pagter.
Wrapped up and ready to go. Photo: Søren Pagter.