Join us for an exciting night of PHOTOJOURNALISM! Our online event starts on Wed Jun 21 2023 at 7:00 PM BST. To book: HERE
This event will showcase the works of talented photojournalists Vudi Xhymshiti and Sascha Klamp. Get ready to be inspired by their captivating images and stories. Vudi a renowned photojournalist will share stories from war torn Ukraine where he has been reporting from over 7 months and Sascha who is a multi awarded filmmaker will be speaking about his latest work in Armenia.
During the event, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with the photographers and learn about their experiences in the field. You’ll also get a chance to ask questions and share your own thoughts on the power of photojournalism.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to connect with two great photojournalists, documentary photographers and filmmakers with and connect with a peer community. Register now and get ready for a night that will inspire.
Vudi Xhymshiti is a photographer and journalist based in London, who has covered major world events since 2007, with his work appearing in prestigious news outlets such as The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The New Yorker, The Guardian, The Times and the Sunday Times of London, CNN, BBC, DW etc. His assignments have taken him to the frontlines of the Arab Spring, the Syrian and Libyan Civil Wars, and the aftermath of the Armenian-Azerbaijani armed conflict in Nagorno Karabakh. Throughout 2022, he reported on the Russian military aggression in Ukraine and travelled to Moldova to observe and report on the impact of Russian territorial expansionist foreign policy on neighbouring countries. He also spent four months familiarising himself with rising tensions in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, following Serbia’s alignment of its Foreign Policy with the Russian Federation. Xhymshiti is not only a talented journalist, but also the founder of VX Pictures and an educator in the visual journalism industry. Don’t miss out on his insights and coverage – visit his website https://vudixhymshiti.uk/ to learn more about him, read his blog https://vudixhymshiti.uk/blog/, and view his latest work on https://vximages.com/.
Sascha Klamp is a British/German multi-award winning Documentary Filmmaker, Photo-documentary Journalist and Producer based in London, UK. He spent the majority of his career as an investor and entrepreneur which enabled him to travel across frontier and emerging markets. His photography practice centres on highlighting social impact and social justice affairs which is deeply rooted in his curiosity to learn more of the world around him. He tells frontline human and community stories based on empathy for the situation and the people involved. His thinking is informed by his interest in ethnology and anthropology. Sascha exhibited a small selection of his The Art of Seeing, The Art of Remembering project in London in November 2022. His work was highly commended by the TPF Social Documentary Awards (Professional Category, Series) for his The Art of Seeing, The Art of Remembering work. Sascha completed his MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography studies at the University of the Arts (Distinction), London. He also holds an MBA (Bayes Business School, London) and a Masters in Law, LLM (King’s College, London), and a BSc International Securities, Investment & Banking from Henley Business School (ICMA Centre). He is married with three daughters. Filmography: “The Art of Seeing, The Art of Remembering” (2022), “The Blockade” (2023)
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