The Tim Hetherington Trust was set up in 2012by the late English photojournalist Tim Hetherington's parents Judith and Alistair. Stephen Mayes has been its executive director since 2013. The Trust's website states its mission is "to preserve the legacy of Tim’s professional life as a visual storyteller and human rights advocate" including "the support and nurture of new work that continues the ideals demonstrated by Tim with special emphasis on humanitarian and social concerns".
In 2014 the Trust founded the Visionary Award for innovation in visual storytelling. It awards £20,000 and a mentor to one artist or duo to work on their proposed project. It seeks to encourage artists and journalists whose work crosses the boundaries of art, reportage and technology to innovate in terms of Hetherington's goal of "how do we use media in a way that is really effective?".
World Press Photo Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Founded in 1955, the organization is known for holding an annual press photography contest. Since 2011, World Press Photo has organized a separate annual contest for journalistic multimedia productions, and, in association with Human Rights Watch, the annual Tim Hetherington Grant.
Dominic Edward Cooper is an English actor who has worked in television, film, theatre, and radio. He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of comic book characters Jesse Custer on the AMC show Preacher (2016–2019) and young Howard Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with appearances in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) and the TV series Agent Carter (2015–16), among other Marvel productions. Cooper also played Sky in Mamma Mia! and its 2018 sequel, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
Paris Photo is an annual international art fair dedicated to photography. Founded in 1997, Paris Photo is held in November at the Grand Palais exhibition hall and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement in Paris.
Timothy Alistair Telemachus Hetherington was a British photojournalist. He produced books, films and other work that "ranged from multi-screen installations, to fly-poster exhibitions, to handheld device downloads" and was a regular contributor to Vanity Fair.
Gemma Christina Arterton is an English actress and film producer. She made her professional stage debut playing Rosaline in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost at the Globe Theatre (2007), and first appeared on film in the comedy St Trinian's (2007). Her breakthrough role was playing Bond Girl Strawberry Fields in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace the following year, a performance which won her an Empire Award for Best Newcomer.
The Library of Birmingham is a public library in Birmingham, England. It is situated on the west side of the city centre at Centenary Square, beside the Birmingham Rep and Baskerville House. Upon opening on 3 September 2013, it replaced Birmingham Central Library. The library, which is estimated to have cost £188.8 million, is viewed by the Birmingham City Council as a flagship project for the city's redevelopment. It has been described as the largest public library in the United Kingdom, the largest public cultural space in Europe, and the largest regional library in Europe. 2,414,860 visitors came to the library in 2014 making it the 10th most popular visitor attraction in the UK.
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize is a prize awarded annually by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation and The Photographers' Gallery to a photographer who has made the most significant contribution to the photographic medium in Europe during the past year.
Wellcome Book Prize is an annual British literary award sponsored by Wellcome Trust. In keeping with the vision and goals of Wellcome Trust, the Book Prize "celebrates the topics of health and medicine in literature", including fiction and non-fiction. The winner receives £30,000 making it "one of the most remunerative literature awards on offer."
Hamdan International Photography Award (HIPA) is an international photography award, founded in 2011 under the patronage of crown prince of Dubai sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid bin Mohammed al Maktoum.
Laia Abril is a Spanish photographer and multiplatform storyteller whose work relates to femininity.
Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography is a photography museum in Amsterdam. It opened in 1999.
Chris Boot is a British photography curator, book publisher, and has worked in a variety of other roles related to photography. He was director of London’s Photo Co-op, director of the London and New York offices of Magnum Photos, editorial director at Phaidon Press, founder of Chris Boot Ltd. a photography book publisher, and is now executive director of Aperture Foundation. In these roles he has commissioned, edited or published a number of noteworthy photography books.
Sara Naomi Lewkowicz is an American photographer best known for her 2013 Time magazine article "Photographer as Witness: A Portrait of Domestic Violence". Her work with the article and Lewkowicz's overall work covering domestic violence won her the Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award in 2013. Lewkowicz has attended Ohio University, where she completed a master's degree in Visual Communication.
The Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards is a yearly photography book award that is given jointly by Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation. It is announced at the Paris Photo fair and was established in 2012. The categories are First PhotoBook, Photography Catalogue of the Year, and PhotoBook of the Year.
Kel O’Neill is an American film director, artist, and actor. He is one half of the filmmaking duo Jongsma + O’Neill alongside Eline Jongsma.
Eline Jongsma is a Dutch film director and artist. She is one half of the filmmaking duo Jongsma + O’Neill alongside Kel O'Neill.
Max Pinckers (1988) is a Belgian photographer based in Brussels.
Natasha Caruana is a photographic artist who works with still photography, moving image and installation. She is based in London and is a Senior Lecturer of Photography at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK.
Evgenia Arbugaeva is a photographer of the Russian Arctic. Having grown up in Yakutsk, she has an empathy with the people living in the far north and the difficult living conditions they experience, and several of her photographic projects have involved them. The National Geographic has funded her to photograph the people and economic changes on Russia's northern coast.
Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina photojournalist from Manila, Philippines.