Mathias Svold in National Geographic

In 2017, Mathias Svold won College Photographer of the Year and with this prize he also won an internship at National Geographic, where he made a story about the Whanganui River in New Zealand. Now, National Geographic has published the story. Mathias Svold has travelled along the Whanganui River, which »

Kobborg og Kastenskov at World Photography Awards in London

Tobias Kobborg and teacher Henrik Kastenskov were in London for the Sony World Photography award ceremony last week. Tobias Kobborg and teacher Henrik Kastenskov were invited to the World Photography Award ceremony last week due to Tobias’ nomination for the Student Competition. They spent three days in London. On the »

BA-project in Politiken

Ida Marie Odgaard and Ivan Boll‘s BA-project was published in the Sunday edition of Politiken on the 21st of April and can also be seen online at politiken.dk. »

Pieter ten Hoopen wins World Press Photo Story of the year

Our regular guest teacher Pieter ten Hoopen won World Press Photo Story of the year at the award ceremony in Amsterdam, yesterday evening. Pieter ten Hoopen, Agence VU/Civilian Act won the prestigious prize based on his project “The Migrant Caravan”, which is the story about the thousands of Central American »

Tobias Kobborg in Jyllands-Posten

Tobias Kobborg is interviewed for Jyllands-Posten because of his World Photography nomination and project. A couple of weeks ago it was announced that Tobias Kobborg is among the ten students world wide, who have been selected for the World Photography Student Competition organized by Sony. As a part of this »

The Essential Image out in Russian

With the financial support from the Nordic Council of Ministers it has been made possible to translate and publish a Russian version of Søren Pagter’s book “The Essential Image” The Russian book is a part of the Nordic Council of Ministers’ co-operation programme aimed for Russia and the book will »

Arthur Cammelbeeck in the magazine Journalisten

The magazine Journalisten has interviewed photojournalist student Arthur Cammelbeeck about how he himself found and established his internship at Altinget. In the interview Arthur tells about what he did, when he didn’t get an internship in the first round – and he talks about how the newly established internship at »

Next To You in Kaliningrad

Associate Professor Mads Greve was in Kaliningrad, Russia this past week, where he together with Russian photographer Jana Romanova conducted the first of two master class workshops for young Nordic and Russian photographers. The master class is organized by Nordic Journalist Centre. The selected participants for the workshops are: Adrian »

PTSD talk with Jørn Stjerneklar

Photographer Jørn Stjerneklar from Mayday Press visited DMJX this Friday afternoon to show and talk about his films on PTSD. Jørn Stjerneklar has covered many conflicts mainly in Africa including the genocide in Rwanda 25 years ago. This conflict gave him PTSD, and he still occasionally experiences attacks. In 2016, »

Louise Herrche Serup’s third term project in Politiken

Louise Herrche Serup’s third term project about young people with mental disorders has been published in Politiken this Sunday the 31st of March. Louise started the project during her third term in the spring 2017. The project was a part of our Youth in Europe workshop, which we organized in »

Søren Pagter at Politiken

For the past two days, Søren Pagter has been assisting picture editor Thomas Borberg at Politiken, where they’ve had a personal talks with each of the staff photographers at the newspaper. »

Hashem Shakeri shortlisted for World Photography Award

Hashem Shakeri has been shortlisted in the documentary category at Sony World Photography Award, professional competition. Hashem Shakeri has been shortlisted for his project “An Elegy for the Daeth of Hamun”, which he made as his final Photo Story during our Photo I programme in the spring 2018. The winners »

Tobias Kobborg selected for World Photography Student Competition

Tobias Kobborg is among the ten students world wide, who has been selected for the World Photography Student Competition organized by Sony. Students from all over the world have been invited to submit a body of work responding to the topic “Evolution”. Tobias Kobborg participated on behalf of DMJX with »

Søren Pagter in the jury for the Status:19 exhibition

Sunday the 17th of March, the jury of the Status:19 exhibition met in Copenhagen to select the 100 pictures, which will be shown at the exhibition. 2354 pictures were submitted in the five categories: commercial, art, portraiture, communication and journalism. The jury consisted of:Thomas Preis, Creative director and founder, THE »

George Azar at DMJX

The past four days, George Azar from the American Univeristy of Beirut has been visiting and lecturing at DMJX. George Azar is an award-winning photojournalist and documentary filmmaker, who has covered the Middle East since 1981. His photographs have appeared on the front pages of the New York Times and »

Søren Pagter at the Chobi Mela Festival

The tenth Chobi Mela Festival opened Thursday the 28th of February in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Søren Pagter and DMJX participated in the festival, which has exhibitions, talks, workshops and many other things. Chobi Mela runs till the 9th of March. »

DMJX students win three first prizes at the Danish POY

The winners at the Danish POY were announced today at the award ceremony at the Royal Library in Copenhagen. DMJX students won three first prizes. Julie Kristensen and Andreas Merrald won first prize in the category Long TV/Web story for their story „Distant Love“, which they made during our third »

Open school in Copenhagen and Aarhus

This week DMJX opened the school for visitors and future students. The Open School event was held on Tuesday in Copenhagen and on Thursday in Aarhus During the Open School the visitors could learn about the various DMJX educations and the application processes. Just like it was possible to meet »

Scholarships for two Photo I students

We’re extremely happy and proud to announce that the VII Foundation will continue to sponsor two grants for students, who wants to study at Photo I in the fall 2019. The one grant will be named The Alexandra Boulat Grant in remembrance of the late, prize winning French photographer, who »