The images, all depicting Wadham life, will appear in the Autumn 2019 issue of the global, glossy magazine LUX, published by Condé Nast, to accompany a feature about Wadham’s ground-breaking access and outreach work.
The winning photographs are all by members of the Wadham community: Laura Jennings (History of Art, 2018), Sophia Oleksiyenko-Stech (History, 2017), Katherine Wood (MPhil Russian, 2018), Sofia Sanabria De Felipe (History, 2018), Kathryn Schneider (Mst Public Policy, 2018), Maziyar Ghiabi (Lecturer), Justyna Miklaszewska (Scout), and William Parry (Individual Giving Manager).
The top £50 prize is awarded to Laura Jennings who had four photographs chosen for the feature.
Editor in Chief of Lux Magazine, Darius Sanai, (PPE, 1986) wrote the feature and led the judging. Commenting that the standard of photographs submitted by Wadham staff and students was extremely high he said: “We chose a selection which we felt represented the diversity that is Wadham. It was a pleasure to return to College to meet students and tutors and to hear more about the incredible access work that is taking place at Wadham.”
LUX magazine is a luxury magazine covering art, culture, travel, fashion, emerging brands, philanthropy, and style. Published in London it is sold on news-stands around the world and distributed through a proprietary VIP system that includes selected global events, locations, and clients of some of the world’s leading private banks and luxury brands.
Read the feature ‘And Justice for All’ in the Autumn edition of LUX below.