Upcoming Workshops

VII offers a wide variety of dynamic and intensive educational experiences in different regions with a diverse group of photographers.
  • Berlin Night, Berlin Light: Exploring the Personal in Photography
    with Linda Bournane Engelberth and Danny Wilcox Frazier
    September 2 – 7, 2019
    Berlin, Germany

  • Australia
    with Ashley Gilbertson and Gary Knight
    Melbourne, Australia
    November 10 – 15, 2019

  • Human Stories: Finding the Personal
    with Ed Kashi, Ilvy Njiokiktjien
    October 1 – 6, 2019
    Rotterdam, Netherlands

Photo by Tomas Van Houtryve

Tomas Van Houtryve’s “Lines and Lineage,” a series of photos about the missing photographic history of the American West, is the winner of France’s prestigious 2019 Roger Pic Award which will be presented tonight in Paris. 

For the 27th edition of the award, there was a tie and the jury selected two award winners. The other winner is Denis Dailleux for his series “In Ghana – We shall meet again.”

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The open call for the VII Masterclass in Barcelona kicks off today, June 1.

VII Masterclass is the most ambitious and exhaustive training program available. Aimed at developing and consolidating new talent in documentary photography and photojournalism over the course of seven months and takes place in three sessions of four days each. The key objective of this Masterclass is to allow time for progress to develop and for the long-term structure to have a lasting contribution to your professional training. Within each Masterclass session, Stefano de Luigi, Maciek Nabrdalik and the other VII tutors will invite international photography professionals, including critics, photo editors and festival directors, to present and critique.

All three sessions will take place at Fuga Centro de fotografía in Barcelona, Spain.

Nichole Sobecki and Sara Terry were interviewed for the Women’s Media Center’s “Women Under Siege” project.

“When it comes to access, being female can also be an asset because women are often perceived as less threatening than men. ‘Photography isn’t that different from other aspects of life in that you carry your identity with you wherever you go,’ said Nairobi-based Nichole Sobecki, a member of the VII photo agency who photographs throughout Africa, and who recently won the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights prize for her work on the African migration crisis. ‘As a woman, I’m underestimated all the time, and of course you turn that to your advantage. My goal is always to tell the story to the best of my ability, and if not being perceived as a threat will help me with that, then all to the good.'”

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Photographers

Members

  • Anush Babajanyan
  • Zackary Canepari
  • Jessica Dimmock
  • Linda Bournane Engelberth
  • Danny Wilcox Frazier
  • Ziyah Gafic
  • Ashley Gilbertson
  • Ron Haviv
  • Ed Kashi
  • Maciek Nabrdalik
  • Ilvy Njiokiktjien
  • Carlos Javier Ortiz
  • Ruddy Roye
  • Nichole Sobecki
  • Tomas Van Houtryve

Emeritus

  • Jocelyn Bain Hogg
  • Philip Blenkinsop
  • Stefano De Luigi
  • Gary Knight
  • Joachim Ladefoged
  • Paul Lowe
  • Christopher Morris
  • Seamus Murphy
  • Franco Pagetti
  • Daniel Schwartz
  • Maggie Steber
  • John Stanmeyer
  • Sara Terry
  • The Estate of Alexandra Boulat

Mentor Program

  • Ali Arkady
  • Leonardo Carrato
  • Fabiola Ferrero
  • Hector Guerrero
  • Christopher Lee
  • Esther Ruth Mbabazi
  • Valentina Sinis
  • Line Ørnes Søndergaard
  • Mathias Svold

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