A new collaboration with the British Journal of Photography
We are extremely delighted to announce our exciting new collaboration with the British Journal of Photography, the world’s longest-running photography magazine, established in 1854. For 2015 the Photocaptionist will curate the endframe column presenting a monthly series of photo-literary explorations. We inaugurated the collaboration with the project H. said he loved us by Discipula collective member Tommaso Tanini, presented in the Ones to Watch issue (February 2015). In the March issue our editor-at-large Roger Hargreaves responds to a press photograph of anti-fascist protestors in the 1930s, paired with an excerpt from George Orwell’s The Road to Wigan Pier, published by Left Book Club in 1937.
We would like to thank the BJP team for the opportunity: Simon Bainbridge (Editorail Director), Diane Smith (Deputy Editor), Tom Seymour (Senior Writer) and Gemma Padley (Project Editor) and we look forward to keeping you informed with our future photo-liteary explorations, stay tuned!