Known and respected internationally for its dedication to photography with an almost unrivalled reach and readership, the British Journal of Photography (BJP) shines light on the important work of both established and emerging photographers, and provides insight into the wider issues being addressed in their imagery.
Since its first edition in 1854, British Journal of Photography has been at the cutting edge of photography, making it an indispensable resource for a worldwide creative audience. It is therefore with great pleasure to announce BJP as the official Media Partner of the IAFOR Documentary Photography Award.
President & CEO of The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), Dr Joseph Haldane said, “the involvement of the BJP further strengthens the IAFOR Documentary Photography Award’s ability to assist in the professional development of emerging documentary photographers and photojournalists.
“British Journal of Photography is widely acknowledged as the world’s leading authority in all things photographic, so we are delighted to have them on board as a Media Partner,” Dr Haldane said.
Through a variety of branding and promotional strategies, both online, in print and at the Award Ceremony at EuroMedia2016 this summer, British Journal of Photography and the work of our winning photographers will leave a lasting impression in the minds of industry professionals, academics, educators, publishers and documentary photography/photojournalism enthusiasts alike.
BJP’s unmatched commitment to supporting up-and-coming talent make them the ideal Media Partner for our Award, and we look forward to collaborating with them to bring much-deserved focus to the work of our talented winners.