Vladimir Zivojinovic

Lecture

 

Vladimir Zivojinovic (b.1993) is a documentary photographer based in Belgrade, Serbia. He started his career as a volunteer in 2015. in the daily newspaper. 

Focused on the news, social and humanitarian issues in Balkans.

For four years, he worked for Ringier Axel Springer, and his work is published in domestic media such as daily newspaper Blic, weekly magazine NIN, and online publication Vice. 

– From January 2018 he works for Agence France-Press as a stringer, and his work has been picked up by foreign outlets such as French magazine Paris Match, Liberation, Vice UK, BBC, The Telegraph UK, La Repubblica, Independent UK, BILD, The Economist, The New York Times.

 

– From March 2019 he works with BBC News on Serbian as a stringer

– From July 2020 he  works with Getty Images as a stringer

He has also worked with clients Oxfam International, Open Society Foundation, Le Monde, ESPN, British GQ, UNDP, European Commission, .

Workshop/Education

  1. After the image photobook workshop Sarejevo | VII Agency
  2. Workshop Sofia, Bulgaria l NOOR Agency
  3. VII Interactive. Workshop: The Digital Age: Adapting to Online Publishing | VII Agency

Awards 

  1. 1st place of Serbia National Award at the Sony World Photography Awards 2021.
  2. Winner and First prize in category “SPORT REPORTAGE” on SERBIA PRESS PHOTO
  3. The Independent photographer ‘People Photography’ competition | Finalist
  4. First prize on 16th regional competition for the best photojournalism photography organized by the Beta News Agency, Belgrade, Serbia
  5. KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO FESTIVAL | Finalist
  6. Winner in the “Cultural Heritage” category and winner of special Festival recognition on BALKAN PHOTO FESTIVAL, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  7. Nominee Joop Swart Masterclass | World Press Photo Academy
  8. Black and White Photography awards Finalist | LensCulture Awards
  9. Winner and First prize in category “Everyday Life” on SERBIA PRESS PHOTO
  10. Third place on BETA’S PHOTOGRAPH OF THE YEAR , Belgrade, Serbia
  11. Second place on INTERNATIONAL REPORTAGE AND MEDIA FESTIVAL, Apatin