Photojournalist Jeppe Bøje Nielsen (b. 1974
2012: BA in Photojournalism from the Danish School og Media- and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark.
2010-11: Internship at the Danish daily Berlingske.
2002: Master of Arts in French Literature from New York University, USA.
1994-1998: Bachelor in Philosophy and Literature from University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
2012: Lourdes, France 2012: Grief, Denmark
2017: Danish Press Photo of the Year, Sports Action, 1. prize.
2013: Prix de la photographie, PX3, for 'LOURDES' - Honorable mention.
2013: Nominated for the Kravling-prize for the project 'Lourdes.' (the prize for the best Danish student project of the year)
2012: Danish POY, Sports Reportage, 2. prize
2012: College Photographer of the Year, Portrait, 1. prize
2011: Danish POY, Sports Reportage, 2. prize
2011: College Photographer of the Year, Illustration, Award of Excellence
2011: Nominated for the Kravling-prize for the identification of the one-legged Chechen bomber in Copenhagen, Denmark.
2011: Nominated for Cavling-prize for the identification of the one-legged Chechen bomber in Copenhagen, Denmark, and the subsequent coverage of the case. (The Cavling-prize is the most prestigious Danish award in Journalism).
2017: Danish Press Photo of the Year, The Royal Library, (group exhibition).
2014: Personal Projects, Øksnehallen, Copenhagen, Denmark
2013: Organ Vida, Photo Festival, Zagreb, Croatia (groupexhibition).
2013: Personal Projects, Øksnehallen, Copenhagen, Denmark (group exhibition).
2013: Danish POY (group exhibition).
2012: Danish POY (group exhibition).
2011: Danish POY (group exhibition).
Vanity Fair (Italien), New York Times Lens Blog, Der Spiegel, Le Journal du Dimanche, Le Monde, Information, Jyllandsposten, Ud & Se, Børsen, Berlingske, GUP Magazine, L'Œil de la Photographie, Doc!Magazine, Colors Magazine, Euroman, Bergens Tidende, og Weekendavisen, m.fl.
Other Works in Progress:
2015: Continued work on 'LOURDES' project
2012: Working on a project on 'grief' - the narratives of parents whom have lost one or more children.