DMJX students at Cairo Photo Festival

Back to Raw, the third edition of Cairo Photo Week organized by Photopia is running right now downtown Cairo, Egypt. DMJX students and their projects are part of the huge festival. During Cairo Photo Week, three DMJX alumni Heba Khamis, Mohamed Mahdy and Fares Zaitoon were part of a panel »

Betina Garcia’s has won Community Awareness Award at the 80th POYi

Back in 2015, Betina Garcia was doing her exchange study at Western Kentucky University and during her study, she began the story Rancheros that follows the Latin American Espinoza family. Betina Garcia continued to work on the story about the family and now her long term project has won the »

International students selected for spring 2023

15 international students will start next week at DMJX Photojournalism. Seven of these students have received scholarships to be able to study in Denmark. The ten students at Photo 1 will be:Alexandra Iulia Corcode (Romania)Laura Collard (Belgium)Mohammad Jaafer (Sudan)Leon Joshua Dreischulte (Germany)Toukir Ahmed Tanvee (Bangladesh)Tomáš Pacovský (Czech Republic)Owen Ziliak (USA)Zohreh »

25 years at DMJX

With the beginning of 2023, Søren Pagter could celebrate his 25 years anniversary at DMJX. This was marked at a small informal reception in the school’s canteen on Friday the 6th of January. Søren Pagter began as a teacher of photojournalism at the Danish School of Journalism (as it was »

Eight students nominated for the Danish POY

The nominees for the 2022 Danish POY have been announced and eight of the 27 nominees are students from DMJX. The eight nominated DMJX students are: Axel Emil Hammerbo – third term in fall 22Johanne Teglgård Olsen – final year, on leave, working for Kristeligt DagbladLiv Møller Kastrup – graduating »

Final screening day of the fall 2022 term

Wednesday the 21st of December was the final day of the fall 2022 term and as it is a tradition, the photojournalist students gathered for a final screening day showing their projects to each other. »

Sergei Stroitelev makes photo installation at Dokk1

Photo 2 student Sergei Stroitelev opened his exhibition Lost Light at Dokk1 on Tuesday the 20th of December. The exhibition portrays and tells the stories of Ukrainian refugee children in a camp in Moldova and it’s displayed inside a unique installation. Sergei Stroitelev graduates Photo 2 this December and made »

Mads Joakim Rimer Rasmussen’s book-project published in Berlingske

The Danish newspaper Berlingske has published part of Mads Joakim Rimer Rasmussen‘s book-project Vokseværk. Mads Joakim Rimer Rasmussen started his project for his BA-exam in the fall 2019. He went back to the boarding school, Fjordvang, that he himself attended ten years earlier. Over a period of one school year, »

Mads Greve writes about analogue photography

Associate professor and photographer Mads Greve has published an article on DMJX’s MediaJournal, where he writes about being Analogue in a Digital Area. Mads Greve’s recent three books are all photographed with analogue cameras and in an interview about his research he says: “Analogue photography is more survivable than we »

BA-project becomes the photo book Vokseværk

Saturday the 26th of November, Mads Joakim Rimer Rasmussen launched the book “Vokseværk” (growth) at a reception af Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen. Mads Joakim started the project for his final BA in 2019 and continued to work on the story after his graduation. »

Nordic and Russian photographers meet for masterclass in Istanbul

Nordic Journalist Center (NJC) organizes a documentary photography masterclass for 11 Nordic and Russian photographers in Istanbul from November 22nd till 30rd. The masterclass is conducted by DMJX alumni Mads Nissen and DMJX faculty teacher Mads Greve. The 11 Nordic and Russian photographers have been selected for the “Transit Istanbul” masterclass, where »

Visit from Chai Khana X KulBroen Mentorship

Wednesday November 21st, the Chai Khana X KulBroen Mentorship for young photographers visited DMJX and met with a group of DMJX students. Chai Khana X KulBroen Mentorship is a program for young photographers from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Denmark. During the visit the young photographers met with DMJX photojournalist students to »