DMJX students win nine prizes at the Danish POY 2020

Friday the 7th of May, the winners of the Danish POY 2020 were announced at the award ceremony at The National Library in Copenhagen. Seven DMJX-students were among the 17 nominated photographers. The DMJX students won three first prizes and six second prices. Foreign ReportageSecond prize – Rikke Kjær Poulsen »

Second term students launch magazine

Our 12 second term students have concluded a four weeks’ magazine workshop with the launch of their magazine “Lauelaai”. The magazine “Lauelaai” consists of ten stories from the Danish island, Langeland. The title “Lauelaai” is the old and local dialect for Langeland. The students have received teaching and done research »

Hashem Shakeri exhibits at Foam Amsterdam

In 2019, Hashem Shakeri was selected for Foam Talent 2020 with his story “An Elegy for the Death of Hamun”. The Foam Talent exhibition is on show at Foam Amsterdam right now. Due to the Corona restrictions, the Foam Talent exhibition is not open for the public at this moment, »

Emilie Lærke Henriksen’s magazine story published in Information

In April 2019, our second terms students produced a magazine with stories from the Danish island Mors. Now, two years later, Emilie Lærke Henriksen’s story about Eddie Kristensen from Mors has been published in the newspaper Information. Emilie Lærke Henriksen made her story about Edddie Kristensen from Nykøbing Mors during »

Workshop with World Press winner and DMJX teacher

In co-operation with Nordic Journalist Centre (NJC), we will be running a masterclass with the title; The High North – photo essays on Arctic realities. The workhsop will be mentored by the recent World Press Photo winner Mads Nissen and teacher at DMJX Mads Greve. The masterclass is available for »

Andreas Haubjerg exhibits in Holstebro

Andreas Haubjerg‘s BA-project “A Real Man”, which he made in the fall 2020, is currently exhibited in the town center of Holstebro. “A Real Man” shows 16 personal stories about men, who have been victims of different kinds of domestic violence. The stories are told in portraits, texts and sound. »

Seven DMJX students nominated for the Danish POY

Saturday, the 20th of March, the nominees for this year’s Danish POY were announced – and 7 out the the 17 nominated photographers are DMJX students. The nominated DMJX students are:Andreas Merrald, 8th termEmilie Lærke Henriksen, 6th term on internship at InformationLiv Møller Kastrup, 4th termMarius Renner Christensen, 6th term »

Moments from Cairo Photo Week

This week, our ten Egyptian DMJX-students exhibit their final stories at Cairo Photo Week and each of them have given an artist talk about their work. Here is a picture gallery showing DMJX at the second edition of the Cairo Photo Week that runs until the 20th of March. The »

Online open school

Thursday the 4th of March, DMJX held the anual open school, where all Danish educational programmes were presented. Due to the corona restrictions, the event was held online. The Danish BA in Photojournalism was presented through a half hour online live studio production, where two photojournalism students and Søren Pagter »

DMJX students exhibit at Cairo Photo Week

Thursday the 11th of March, the Cairo Photo Week will open the ten days festival and as a part of the festival, ten Egyptian DMJX students will exhibit their stories. The exhibition is the conclusion of a series of four DMJX workshops made in co-operation with Photopia, Cairo and with »

Mads Greve gave a lecture about his upcoming book, Homesick

Thursday evening, faculty teacher Mads Greve gave an online lecture about the process of making his third book, Homesick. Almost 50 listeners heard Mads Greve talking about how to work on personal projects and shooting emotional diary images. Mads Greve also shared a lot of his background knowledge on working »

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

Jacob Moscovitch has won fourth place at Hearst Journalism Awards

Jacob Moscovitch has won fourth place for multimedia narrative storytelling in the 61st annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Jakob won with his video documentary “Stuck Where it Happened”, which he produced during his Photo I study at DMJX in the spring 2020. The story is produced in the US, since »

Siân Davey gave an emotional welcoming lecture for the spring 2021 students

This term’s welcoming lecture was given by the Welsh photographer Siân Davey, yesterday. Due to the current corona restrictions, the lecture was held online, but nevertheless Siân Davey moved and inspired each of the 50 students, who listened to the talk. “I’m not looking for perfection, because the World is »

Andreas Haubjerg receives the Ritzau Scanpix Prize

Anders Haubjerg was acknowledged with the Ritzau Scanpix Prize for best photojournalistic BA-project at yesterday’s online graduation ceremony. Andreas received the prize for his BA-project “A Real Man”, which he made in the fall 2020. “A Real Man” shows 16 personal stories about men, who have been victims of different »