Second edition of PGZ opens to entries

The second edition of PGZ, Photograd’s zine, is now open to submissions.

Photograd is looking for 11 photography graduates from UK university courses to feature in the zine which will launch this summer.

The deadline for entries is July 11. Only 2018 photography graduates will be considered.

Spectrum Photographic is supporting the PGZ launch.

A celebration

In April, Photograd marked its second anniversary. To celebrate the occasion, it published the first PGZ featuring some of the best photographers it had worked with.

129 – the title of the edition – represented the number of graduates Photograd had featured on its website during the first two years.

In total, it has supported more than 400 photographers in many different ways.

Graduates included in the first zine were:

  • Giulia Parlato
  • Ashley Bourne
  • Christopher Mitchell
  • Sam Lyne
  • Stephanie Mortimore
  • Jamie Tilley
  • Scott Charlesworth
  • Matt MacPake
  • Andreea Teleaga
  • Ollie Hayward
  • Alex Ingram
  • Dulcie Wagstaff
Image © Franziska Pullmann, Smoke & Soil

About Photograd

Photograd is an online platform documenting the journey of photography graduates from UK-based courses.

Its aim is to showcase, support, and encourage both older and more recent graduates, and provide an incentive to continue making work which can become lost post university.

Photograd is recognised and supported by University of Suffolk.

It is currently hosting an exhibition, Belonging, as part of PhotoEast festival 2018. The exhibition is on at the University of Suffolk Waterfront Building until June 24.

Submit to PGZ

To submit for PGZ, email a series of work, 100-word description, university, and website to with the subject ‘ZINE’.

The submission deadline is July 11. Open to 2018 photography graduates from UK courses only.

Main image: © Jason Thomas, below the radar

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