12 DMJX students presented in book by Canon

As a conclusion of the Canon Student Development Programme held at Visa pour l’Image in the autumn 2020, Canon has launched a huge photo book with stories by the 230 participating students.

The more than 900 pages large Encocourage photo book shows over 200 stories made by the students, who participated in the Canon Student Development Programme.
Photo: Søren Pagter

14 DMJX students joined the Canon Student Programme and 12 of them have submitted work for the photo book.

Photo story: Anas Kamal
Photo story: Emil Agerskov
Photo story: Emil Helms
Photo story: Iben Gad
Photo story: Jesper Houborg
Photo story: Joakim Rimer Rasmussen
Photo story: Katinka Klinge
Photo story: Marcel Top
Photo story: Marius Renner
Photo story: Mathias Eis Schultz
Photo story: Shirin Abedi
Photo story: Valdemar Stroe Ren

The stories are edited by the various mentors, who worked with the students during the online workshops. The book also presents all mentors and students. Encourage will be available at the school’s library.

The 14 participating students were:
Anas Kamal, student at our Language of Photojournalism course in Cairo
Emil Agerskov, currently interning at Ekstra Bladet
Emil Helms, currently interning at Ritzau/Scanpix
Iben Gad, 8th term student
– Jesper Houborg, currently interning at Politiken
Katinka Klinge, currently interning at Morgenbladet, Norway
Khashayar Javanmardi, Photo 2 student
Mads Joakim Rasmussen, graduated his BA in 2019
Marcel Top, graduated from Photo I in fall 2018
Marius Renner Christensen, currently interning at Politiken
Mathias Eis Schulz, 4th term student
Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker, 7th term student
Shirin Abedi, graduated from Photo I in spring 2019
Valdemar Stroe Ren, currently interning at Politiken