We have invited a number of editors and media organisations to join us in the Photojournalism Nights to offer publishing prizes and media support.

Very pleased to welcome Silvia Pingitore, the founder and  Editor-in-Chief of The Shortlisted Magazine , who has offered to select and feature one of the presented projects at the Photojournalism Nights on The Shortlisted Magazine.

Silvia Pingitore, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Shortlisted Magazine

Silvia Pingitore is a multilingual journalist, novelist and illustrator with three books published nationwide in Italy, her native country. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Shortlisted Magazine, the UK’s 1st Independent Career Magazine: nothing but the truth about work and career. The magazine reunites the best international career writers and bloggers, and publishes tips, how-tos, artworks and frank interviews with celebrities such as Giorgio Armani and the winners of the BBC Apprentice, all focused on work and career. The Shortlisted Magazine | Facebook |  Twitter  LinkedIn

Will Carleton, Founder and Editor of Photo Archive News

We have also asked Will Carleton, founder and editor of Photo Archive News to join as a media partner to the Photojournalism Nights.  We are thrilled that he has accepted and  has also offered to  feature a selected project in their media website.

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More on Photo Archive News: – Founded and Edited by Will Carleton (PAN) reports editorial photo industry news, jobs and features – daily.  The site is read by photo agency and photo library owners and staff, photo editors and creative photo buyers, editorial and stock photographers and photo researchers.

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