White City Place Photography Zines

Presenting ‘Photography at White City Place’ zines produced with the participants of a series of Photography Workshops at White City Place in November 2021.

With the kind support of Stanhope Plc, Photojournalism Hub facilitated photography workshops for the local community and those working/living within the White City Place. Young and older people of various background and experiences joined in the workshops and worked on a photo story of each other whilst learning the basic of visual narrative and photography. Through the three weeks, participants developed a visual narrative whilst getting to know each other using the grounds of White City Place and surrounding area. They explored interview technique, environmental portraiture, single images and series resulting in creative, inspiring photo stories of each other. Below we share the digital copy of the White City Place Photography Zines. Printed copies are available at White City Place.

Photojournalism Hub receives an Award for its community photography projects

We are thrilled that the Photojournalism Hub has received a Recognised award by The Faith & Belief Forum and Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London’s Faith Council for the ‘About us’ photography project with older residents living in Hammersmith and Fulham .

According to the Faith & Belief Forum this represents 1 of the 51 projects who: “will be recognised for leading the way in improving the lives of Londoners from all faiths and beliefs.”

Receiving the award was an honour and it was a pleasure to meet
Her Majesty Lieutenant of Greater London Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE

It was an honour to take part of the awards ceremony on the 29th November at the Royal Society of Medicine in central London alongside many charitable organisations and individuals who worked very hard to outreach those most vulnerable in the capital. It was very inspirational.

Many thanks to The Faith & Belief Forum and Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London’s Faith Council for the Recognised Award,  Hammersmith United Charities for their kind support.

To learn more on the project being awarded: https://photojournalismhub.org/2021/11/04/about-us/

Workshops

L’Asilo, Naples. March 2015: Backstage of the making of ELEM’s music video “Potato Eaters”, by the director and video-artist Loredana Antonelli. – ©Sabrina Merolla

We are very delighted to announce the next professional development workshops aimed at supporting photographers early and mid career. Forthcoming workshops are:

22nd January ‘ Tell me About It’

Click on this link to learn more and to book a place

27th January ‘How to run a community based photography project?’

Click on this link to learn more and to book a place