Bruno Bayley started at VICE in 2007, is currently the editor of the UK edition of VICE Magazine, and works with all of VICE’s international print editions. He has also spent time on independent publishing projects over the last eight years, including a guide for first-time inmates in UK prisons to an award winning travel memoir. He has been a judge and panelist on photo-specific events including Magnum / Photo London’s Graduate Photographer award, BJP’s Breakthrough and single image awards, and Amnesty International’s Media Awards.
- MOISES SAMAN'S STUNNING PHOTOS SEE A PLACE BEYOND DEATH | VICE LOVES MAGNUMPeruvian photographer, Moises Saman, has spent his recent years living in Cairo, documenting the Arab Spring's effect on the city's residents. Though he might argue "documenting" is the wrong word. His work wilfully avoids a chronological, ordered, historical view of the uprising – instead focusing on honesty and emotions. We spoke to him about how he maintains faith in humanity after working in warzones for years, and the irrelevance of "objectivity" in relation to his work. Words by Bruno Bay
- OUR NHS | VICE UKPhotographer Lewis Khan is currently an artist in residence at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London. His series, Our NHS, celebrates the legacy of the National Health Service, and speaks of its importance and its uncertain future against a backdrop of increasing privatisation.
- VICE UK FEATURE: WRITERS, SCIENTISTS AND CLIMATE EXPERTS DISCUSS HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD FROM CLIMATE CHANGEIn this feature, we ask, should we have fewer kids? Improve our farming techniques? Reform the energy market? Or just get better at helping one another? Read below for segments from Writers, Scientists & Climate Experts. All photos by David Benjamin Sherry, from his monograph Earth Changes, published by Mörel Books this spring. Images courtesy of the artist and Salon 94, New York City.
- PETER VAN AGTMAEL WON'T DENY THE STRANGE ALLURE OF WAR | VICE LOVES MAGNUMThus far, American photographer Peter van Agtmael's amazing career has largely focused on documenting the effects of America's post 9/11 wars at home and abroad. Before travelling to Iraq in 2006, he had covered certain issues surrounding HIV-positive refugees in South Africa and the Asian Tsunami in 2005. After starting work in Iraq, he went on to win numerous awards, work in Afghanistan – both embedded and unembedded – and documented injured servicemen and their families. We spoke to him about
- STRANGEWAYS, HERE WE COME | VICE UK X MAGNUMFor The True Crime Issue, Magnum Photos were kind enough to let us look through their dizzying archives for unpublished photos of this wonderful country’s historic, criminal element. We came across a folder of slides from Chris Steele-Perkins’ 1980 project on Manchester’s infamous prison, Strangeways, now officially renamed HM Prison Manchester – not nearly as good a name.
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- Jonas Bendiksen: Curiosity in Practice, Magnum PhotosAcross 18 in-depth lessons, award-winning photographer Jonas Bendiksen imparts the vital lessons learned over a 20+ year career Delving into a wide range of subjects, Bendiksen explores the inspiration found in a restless attitude to making photographs—as well as the nitty-gritty details of the craft, and shares valuable insights and advice on generating ideas, storytelling techniques, and developing long-term documentary projects. Spanning more than six and a half hours of material, the phot
- Turning Points: The Magnum Square Print Sale, in collaboration with The Everyday ProjectIn Turning Points Magnum Photos collaborated with The Everyday Project, a non-profit organisation and global photographic community that covers topics spanning climate change, mass incarceration, and is featured regularly in worldwide publications. 82 Magnum photographers and 31 Everyday Projects photographers presented images relating to events that changed the course of history, society, a life, or a practice. The sale coincided with the onset of Covid-19, which in itself represented a major
- January 2018 (applications closed)Are you trying to break into the competitive world of photography? Or would you like to polish up your portfolio with the guidance of leaders behind the lens? If your answer is yes, then we'd like to see you at our upcoming Portfolio Masterclass. Whether you want to kickstart your career or step up to a new position, this Masterclass held at Shoreditch House could lead you to your next stepping stone. Click here to apply Applications close on Thursday 4th of January 2018 at 11am.. There are 30-63
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