Adding to her list of many and varied talents, Alexa Chung the 'accomplished photographer' is turning her attentions to a new photography initiative.

In conjunction with Ctrl.Alt.Shift, a youth-orientated website and Vice magazine, Chung will act as one of five mentors to entrants in the 'Gender, Power and Poverty' photography competition. The winner will see his or her work featured in both publications, as well as displayed in the Association of Photographers gallery in London early next year. They will also score £1,000 in cold hard cash.

Chung's own work will be also be exhibited, as well as pieces from the competition's ambassador, Nan Goldin. To submit your entries before 24th November, check out and