About the BPPA

The British Press Photographers' Association (BPPA) was founded in 1984 by UK press photographers to promote and inspire the highest ethical, technical and creative standards from within the profession.

The BPPA provides its members with a voice to raise awareness and appreciation of our industry. The membership is drawn from every part of the country, and represents the broadest selection of newspaper, magazine and agency photographers.

What we do

We are currently in consultation with other professional and public bodies, in addition to a wide range of industry suppliers, to establish mutually beneficial relationships and attractive member offers. We are committed to exhibiting and publishing our members work so that it can be appreciated for what it is - some of the finest news photography in the world.

About this site

This site features large number of member galleries showcasing a selection of members' work that is regularly being updated. The links on the right hand side of this page will take you to the most recently updated pages.

The projects section of the site explains every photographic project that we have undertaken since the beginning of 2003. This is a core activity of The Association and the projects page has links to the internet version of each project.

The association has a great new blog with articles written by members and a few by guest bloggers too. The BPPA blog

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