Jadwiga Brontē (b.1986) is Polish photojournalist, documentary photographer and videographer, covering social and cultural issues around the World. Her work is a relationship between human identity, otherness and visual representation, all with traces of politics and humanity.
Her latest project tells a story of hidden people living in Belarusian governmental institutions for disabled people and Chernobyl victims. Her story was widely published and presented in BBC World News.
Jadwiga lives and works in London.
She gained her BA in Photography from Kingston University London and MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from LCC/University of the Arts London.
Honorable Mention - Paris Photo Prize Px3 2017 - Book Awards
Nominee - Magnum Photos/ The Graduate Photographers Awards 2017
Nominee - World Press Photo/ The Joop Swart Masterclass 2017
Nominee - Photogrvphy Grant 2016
Honorable Mention - IPA International Photography Awards 2016
Honorable Mention - PDN edu Award 2016
Finalist - Travel Photographer Of The Year 2015
Finalist - AOP Student Awards 2015
2nd Place - Paris Photo Prize Px3 2014
3rd Place - Paris Photo Prize Px3 2014
Finalist - Travel Photographer Of The Year 2014
Honorable Mention - IPA International Photography Awards 2013