Author: Tom Seymour

Washington Post’s Age of Walls wins WPP’s Innovative Storytelling Prize

Donald Trump’s Mexican wall may have got the headlines over the last year, but walls – in a very physical sense – are being built between nations all over the world, at a pace and urgency under-reported by the world’s most viable media organisations. “In many ways, the barrier-building is being driven by fear,“ The Washington Post wrote in the introduction to New Age of Walls, a multimedia investigation detailing each of the 63 border walls and barriers, many of them newly constructed, that are now dividing nations across four continents. New Age of Walls was the winner of the Innovative Storytelling category in World Press Photo’s Digital Storytelling contest, an award for a piece of journalism designed specifically for the online space. “Most of the new walls are being erected within the European Union, which until recently was nearly borderless,” The Post wrote. “Britain is going further, rolling up its bridges to the continent by voting to exit the E.U. “Intended to counter migrants and terrorist attacks, these moves are not limited to Europe. In the Middle …

2017-02-16T13:02:33+00:00

Leica M10 with Summilux-M with 35mm f1/4 lens

Joel Meyerowitz joins Leica Hall of Fame as the long-awaited M10 camera is launched

At a glitzy event at their headquarters in Wetzlar, in the outskirts of Frankfurt, iconic New York street photographer Joel Meyerowitz is inducted into the Leica Hall of Fame, as the iconic German camera manufacturer launch their latest state of the art camera, the M10.

2017-01-20T15:05:10+00:00

Exclusive: The photography roots of Bonobo’s Kerala, from director Bison

A new music video from Bonobo features a terrified Gemma Arterton stumbling around a London suburb as a sequence of supernatural visions appear before her. In an exclusive interview, BJP sat down with the director, Bison, to discuss a promo that utilises a variety of glitchy video loops to devastating effect.

2016-11-24T16:28:53+00:00

David Seymour’s children of war go on show for first time

Vintage photographs from David ‘Chim’ Seymour’s Children of Europe series is about to go on display for the first time in the UK. Chim was commissioned by UNICEF following World War II to document the conflict’s impact on children and the resulting photographs drew attention to war’s most vulnerable victims.

2016-11-24T17:14:45+00:00

BJP Staff