Photo Policy

We love seeing all the wonderful images of you bloody creative zombies after the big day! We are ever grateful to all those who have documented and shared with us their highlights from World Zombie Day: London. Keep them coming this year! All are welcome to photograph or film on the day.

Here are some things you should know about our photo/video policy:

Filming and photography will occur throughout the day and evening event by both freelance/vocational photographers, press, and our sponsors.  Make sure you register so you know where to go and at what time to be there!

We do ask that anyone posting photos, videos, blog posts, etc. includes the following text:

“The mission of World Zombie Day is to support the prevention of hunger and homelessness. Join the zombies in fundraising for the charity City Harvest London – giving food another life. City Harvest has a simple mission: Rapidly rescue surplus food and use it to feed those who need it most. Be part of the team making London first to be a zero waste city. To donate go to:”

Please do tag anything you post with #WZD2019!

If you are taking photographs and/or filming, please also respect a zombie’s desire if they do not wish to partake, and do not obstruct anyone’s path intentionally.

We strongly discourage anyone to make money off the back of photos they produce from this event. We also strongly discourage distributing cards, flyers, and promotional materials. Because this is a charity event – City Harvest London is the only body that should be receiving money raised from World Zombie Day: London.

All those who participate in this event may be filmed and/or photographed and give consent for any of the filmed footage, or other likeness, picture, photograph, portrait or moving image (in whole or in part), to be used and/or published/broadcasted for marketing, social media, and public relations purposes without further limitation and in perpetuity.

Members of the press, please contact with any inquiries.

Download the press kit here for logos and more: