Guest Blogs

The January Photography Competition Winner is…
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The second PhotoVoice photography competition, in partnership with Professional Photography magazine was inspired by an image from PhotoVoice project 'Having Our Say 3'. Photographers were asked to submit up to six images inspired by the theme 'Youth'. Christiane Monarchi, Editor...
Point of Contact
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01/03/2017 PhotoVoice were asked to judge the London International Development Centre's photography competition 'Lens of Development' and our chosen winner, Stephanie Vandenberg writes about her winning image and use of photography for positive social change. Thirty seconds old. The crash of...
An Interview with Lily Bungay
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As we launch our latest competition in partnership with Professional Photography magazine we interviewed the previous winner of the competition, Lily Bungay.   Have a read for some hints and tips to get you inspired to apply for this months...
Change a life with just one Swipe
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12/12/2016 Thea Willoch Njaastad, Vice President of the Students and Academics International Assistance Fund, a solidarity organization of students and academics in Norway, shares her thoughts on 'Radi-Aid' the annual event showcases the best and worst charity ads. As projects manager...
Community Engagement Strategy Deck
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Anna Rosenblum, (LEED AP) Project Manager and Community Engagement Designer at evolveEA, a multidisciplinary practice situated at the intersection of sustainability and the built environment, writes for PhotoVoice on a new community engagement resource. During the 2016 EcoDistricts Summit in Denver...
Kapanda Empire
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London Communications College student, Caroline Weber writes for PhotoVoice on her participatory photography project with Ripple Africa, a charity working to improve the environment and local education in Malawi, Africa.   The Ripple Africa participatory photography project was based in...
International Day of the Disappeared: 43 Missing Students
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30/08/2016 To mark the International Day of the Disappeared Emmanuel Guillén Lozano, a photojournalist based in Mexico City shares his insights on the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa Teachers College and why photography is an essential tool in the affected families fight for...
From the Inside Looking out
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16/08/2016 The Photojournalist Marissa Roth, shares both her perspective on war photography as the daughter of Holocaust refugees and her recent involvement in the exhibition “My War: Wartime Photographs by Vietnam Veterans” Visual storytelling with photographs, whether it is for...
Home Sweet Home
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08/08/2016 SixtyEight, a non-profit art institute which focuses on giving young artistic talents the opportunity to partake in new exhibition-making possibilities, gives back to the local community through an innovative participatory photography project.   [gdlr_row] [gdlr_column size="1/3"]Christopher Sand-Iversen Photographer, co-curator of Sixty-Eight...
Photography, Film and Autism
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12/07/2016 London based photographer, Elisabeth Blanchet writes for PhotoVoice on her participatory photography project with students from an Ambitious About Autism school.  Sometimes you don't need to travel far away to be moved and transported. A few miles from my...