Calling all photographers! Got a photo project you’re working on, but in need of help in getting sponsorship so you can exhibit your shiny new prints?

Well you’re in luck, Photographer Cinzia D’Ambrosi is hosting a workshop on ‘How to Fund your Photography Project’ on the 30th November at Petit Miracles in Shepherds Bush. The Workshop is a great opportunity to explore and learn of the various routes for funding a photography project and how to successfully market photographic skills as a business. To read more Here


Open entry for photo stories to be feature on the Photojournalism Hub.  Please send a link and a short description:  cinzia@photojournalismhub.org


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:   www.photoarchivenews.com – Founded and Edited by Will Carleton
PhotoArchiveNews.com (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.

Genesis Imaging has  worked for over 20 years  with world-class photographers and artists, international galleries, museums, interior designers, architects and individuals across the breadth of the creative industries to deliver a wide range of projects through our diverse range of services.

Designed by the award-winning architecture studio Liddicoat & Goldhill, Elephant West occupies a repurposed petrol station adjacent to the BBC’s former headquarters on Wood Lane. We aim to establish a new model for cultural spaces; neither publicly funded nor a commercial gallery, we support and promote emerging creative practice and build a community of the culturally interested around our programme. The space includes a café-bar, Fuel, and a small shop offering limited-edition prints, books, magazines and associated products. Elephant West programme centres on the Elephant Commissions, projects by emerging visual artists selected and curated by Becca Pelly-Fry, Head Curator.  Alongside the central programme, the space plays host to a wide range of events such as film screenings, dance performances, panel discussions, inspirational talks, yoga classes and DJ nights.


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West London Zine is a Photojournalism Hub ambitious programme that provides practical opportunities and media experience and training for youths (16+).

The project enables participants, under the guidance of a media professional facilitator, to work on their own journalistic and photo stories which are then published to produce an online zine covering local news.

The project provides the invaluable opportunity to publish own work, generate content for a working Portfolio and receive practical guidance and mentorship. The outcome will leave the participants with a body of published work that can assist them in accessing further education and/or work placements.

The project will equip the participants with:

Reporting Skills
Editorial Skills
Digital publishing

To join the West London Zine project is free, registration here

‘WEST LONDON ZINE’ is kindly supported by W12Together.org

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Photojournalism Nights on the 21st May!

The inaugural Photojournalism Nights is on the 21st May at the Elephant West gallery in White City, London. Photojournalism Nights is an event that promotes committed and courageous photojournalism and engages the public to social justice and human rights. On the 21st May, it will present four photojournalists, whose work engage on migration, health care, inequalities for the Roma populations and poverty and social justice issues in one of the poorer borough of London. To accompany the event there will be media guests followed up by networking. Photojournalism Nights promises to be a fantastic addition to the photography related events in the capital! Read more here.