Advertise with BJP

“With an impressive heritage and a history even longer than ours, BJP is an authority in all things photographic.”  Jason Heward, Managing Director, Leica Camera Ltd

British Journal of Photography was established in 1854 and is the world’s longest running photography title. Completely redesigned in April 2016 with 50% more pages, four different paper types including gloss and uncoated sections, and a bold new visual identity, there has never been a better time to embrace BJP’s unique premium position within the global photography community.

Reach an international audience of more than 1,000,000 photographers, photo editors, curators, publishers, designers, advertising agencies, creative agencies, recruiters, educators and students of art and commercial photography and multimedia across our print, app, online, social and live event platforms.

“It’s important for us to have a presence within the magazine because of the influence BJP has within the business.”  Jeremy Gilbert, Group Marketing Manager, Nikon UK.

 

Contact us today

For all British Journal of Photography advertising enquiries and for bespoke branded content campaigns, commissions, exhibitions, events and sponsorships, please contact our in-house agency, Studio 1854:

For all British Journal of Photography advertising enquiries and for bespoke branded content campaigns, commissions, exhibitions, events and sponsorships, please contact our in-house agency, Studio 1854:

Email: sales@1854.media
Phone: +44 (0) 203 740 8880

1854 Media Limited
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2 Clove Crescent
London
E14 2BE

About Studio 1854
Studio 1854 leverages our deep understanding of visual storytelling, collaborating with our global audience of the world’s most talented creatives to help brands reach, entertain, inspire and engage new audiences.

We are driven by the belief that photography is humankind’s most powerful, profound and accessible form of communication. Photography knows no borders, writes no words, yet speaks to all. Images have the power to change the way we feel about ourselves, life, society, culture, politics… about everything.

In a time-poor, content-saturated world, the currency of truly compelling imagery has never been greater.