DMJX students selected for Young Danish Photography exhibition

Each year since 1998, the Danish exhibition place Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen hosts the exhibition Young Danish Photography that highlights new talents and trends within Danish photography. The 2023 exhibition includes DMJX alumni Louise Herrche Serup, Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker and Salih Basheer. Louise Herrche Serup and Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker are »

Magazine launched by Photo 1 students

Friday, November 10, 2023, the Photo 1 students launched their magazine at a reception at DMJX. The ten students have worked with individual stories within the topic “Otherness”. Pictures from the editing and layout process: Pictures from the preparations of the magazine reception: Pictures from the magazine reception: The magazine »

Mohamed Mahdy exhibits at Vantage Point Sharjah

Mohamed Mahdy exhibits his project “Here, The Doors Don’t Know Me” at Vantage Point Sharjah in United Arab Emirates. Since 2015, in collaboration with local residents, Mohamed Mahdy has documented how inhabitants are suffering from the rapid urban development in the Al Max neighbourhood, Alexandria, Egypt. One of the chapters »

Two DMJX students have received The Ian Parry Photojournalism Grant

DMJX alumni Alexandra Corcode and Sahl Abdelrahman have each been awarded with The Ian Perry Photojournalism Grant. All the grant winners are presented online in The Guardian. Sahl Abdelrahman received The Ian Perry Photojournalism Grant based on his story about kids working in the agricultural sector in Fayoum, Egypt. Sahl »

International students selected for the spring 2024 term

We have been through all the applications for the spring 2024 study programmes and have selected the international students, who will study at DMJX next year. This includes the students, who will receive a scholarship from the ECCA Family Foundation. The Photo 1 students in the spring 2024 will be:Marie »

Five prizes to DMJX at CPOY still picture categories

DMJX students won five prizes in the still picture categories at the 78th College Photographer of the Year. The winners are: A Heart in the Shadow by Nichlas PollierGold in International Picture Story Do you see, what I see by Rikke Kjær Poulsen and Liv Møller KastrupGold in Team Picture »

BA-project published in Jyllands-Posten

Rikke Kjær Poulsen and Liv Møller Kastrup‘s BA-project Do You See What I See? is published both on print and online in Jyllands-Posten. The project portrays in images and texts different people, who have suffered from psychosis. In co-operation with the people, the two photographers have visualized the moods or »

Four DMJX projects win prizes at CPOY Multimedia

Two gold medals, one finalist and one honorable mention to DMJX projects was the result after the two days of judging the multimedia categories at the 78th College Photographer of the Year. The DMJX multimedia winners are: Mairold by Martin Thomas Ford and Nichlas PollierGold in short documentary The Long »

Mads Nissen in Aarhus

In co-operation with the local branch of The Danish Union of Journalists, DMJX Photojournalism hosted a talk with World Press Photo winner Mads Nissen from Politiken Tuesday, October 3 in Aarhus. »

DMJX project from 2016 is now out as a book

Mathias Svold and Ulrik Hasemann launched their book “Gennem Øjetræet” at a reception Thursday, September 21 in Copenhagen. During their 7th term in 2016, Mathias Svold and Ulrik Hasemann made the project “The Wild Within”. The project tells about the nature and the people of Denmark’s largest forrest, Rold. After »

Three DMJX students selected for Canon Student Development Programme 2023

Christian Falck Wolff, Ahmed Abd El-gwad and Paul-Louis Godier are among the 30 students, who have been selected for the second round of the Canon Student Development Programme. The Canon Students Development Programme consists of three different stages of training for students. First, 100 students are selected and invited for three »

Photo 1 students exhibit at Dokk1

As it has almost become a tradition, DMJX Photojournalism is a part of Aarhus Festival Week 2023 with a pop-up portrait exhibition at Dokk1. Thursday, August 31, ten international Photo 1 students met and portrayed people of Aarhus during the day. The images were printed and the exhibition Aarhus Portraits »

Mads Andreas Frost’s BA-project in Jyllands-Posten

Mads Andreas Frost graduated this spring 2023 with stories about three people, who wish they could receive active euthanasia in their homes. Sunday August 20, Jyllands-posten published Mads Andreas Frost’s stories and images. »

Shirin Abedi has won the Inge Morath Award

DMJX alumni Shirin Abedi is the 2023 recipient of the Inge Morath Award handed out by the Magnum Foundation. Shirin Abedi receives the award based on her poject May I Have This Dance? that she started at DMJX during her Photo 1 study in the spring 2019. With the award, »

Mutual welcome for all photojournalists

Tuesday, August 29, almost all photojournalism students gathered for a mutual welcome of the fall 2023 term. The welcome lecture was given by photographer Jens Juul. »