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News just in... I've got an exhibition as part of Photomonth. I'm exhibiting a new series of Colourfield photographs as well as all three "Coalition" images, only two of which I exhibited in 2012.

Would be great if you could all come along. More details on my blog: Photomonth 2014.

If you have any comments or questions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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Up The Steampunk Joker

The Steampunk Joker

The Steampunk Joker
Up Parliament 08:00hrs

Parliament 08:00hrs

Photograph of The Houses of Parliament as seen from the Thames Path on the opposite bank. Time 08:00hrs
Up Ruth Rendell and Jeanette Winterson

Ruth Rendell and Jeanette Winterson

Ruth Rendell and Jeanette Winterson.
Up Lee Child and Sara Millican

Lee Child and Sara Millican

Comedienne Sarah Millican interviewing Lee Child about Jack Reacher, sex and coffee!
Up Professor Elemental

Professor Elemental

Professor Elemental, renowned Music Hall Star
Up Brenda Blethyn

Brenda Blethyn

Brenda Blethyn talking about the detective Vera Stanhope and the TV series.
Up Val McDermid

Val McDermid

Val McDermid, Scottish crime writer.
Up Parliament 15:00hrs

Parliament 15:00hrs

Photograph of The Houses of Parliament as seen from the Thames Path on the opposite bank. Time 15:00hrs
Up Tesla-Powered IronMan

Tesla-Powered IronMan

Tesla-Powered IronMan
Up J. J. Connolly

J. J. Connolly

J. J. Connolly, author of the crime novel, Layer Cake
Up Mark Billingham and Val McDermid

Mark Billingham and Val McDermid

Mark Billingham and Val McDermid host The Infamous Late Night Quiz at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Festival 2013
Up Lee Child

Lee Child

Lee Child talking about his writing and life at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Festival 2013
Up Ruth Rendell

Ruth Rendell

Ruth Rendell receiving the Theakstons Old Peculier Outstanding Contribution to Crime Fiction Award from Simon Theakston.
Up Herr Döktor

Herr Döktor

Herr Döktor seen at the Guildhall in London City
Up Toby Litt

Toby Litt

Toby Litt on stage with Get The Blessing at Avant Noir! London
Up Courttia Newland

Courttia Newland

Courttia Newland on stage with Get The Blessing at Avant Noir! London
Up Parliament 22:00hrs

Parliament 22:00hrs

Photograph of The Houses of Parliament as seen from the Thames Path on the opposite bank. Time 22:00hrs
Up Canary Wharf - Midnight

Canary Wharf – Midnight

Photograph of the Reuters Building at Canary Wharf, London. The yellow band is the ticker display showing stocks and share prices.
Up Wembley 14:00hrs

Wembley 14:00hrs

Photograph of the new Wembley Stadium, London.
  • Gemma Rowland (Crime Festival Manager, Harrogate International Festivals)
    It was a real pleasure to work with you, during what was one scorching weekend of criminally good fun. As 2013 was an extra special year for us as we celebrated a ‘Decade of Crime’ in Harrogate, it was important for us to capture the essence of what the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival is and what it means to people. And we were not disappointed! Your photography really captured the atmosphere and excitement, with a great mix of both perfectly captured staged shots and beautiful distinctive angles. Your skills at making people feel relaxed to capture natural images is admirable, and you caught some amazing expressions and poses and encapsulated the fun and friendly atmosphere. Photographing such a busy weekend is no easy task, and you mixed authors, industry and crime fans into a really spectacular album. Thank you once again for all your incredible hard work, and for not melting in the heat! I would highly recommend your genius photographic skills, and very much hope to work with you again.
  • Niamh Murray (Marketing Director, Serpent’s Tail Publishing)
    The main ’face’ of the event was a well known children’s author (Francesca Simon), who is much used to being photographed for publicity purposes - and probably quite tired of the experience, in all honesty! She was particularly impressed with your manner. You dealt with her unobtrusively and confidently, meaning she could relax for the photographs. The event involved groups of children, some of which opted out of release for photographs. You worked carefully around these constraints, and the constraints of the venue staff. The photographs delivered were taken in such a way as to not in any way interrupt the children’s enjoyment of a special day out. Fenris has photographed a number of events informally for us - always enthusiastic, punctual, prepared, delivers in terms of quality of images, and the download provision is ideal when we need swift turnaround. I am very happy to recommend his work.
  • Cathi Unsworth (Author)
    It is always a pleasure to work with you Fenris as I know you can be trusted to do the job and make people feel at ease while you are doing it, a quality that is not all that common in all photographers. The photographs are always of a really high quality and very interesting, I think because people relax with you that you get more insightful portraits of them. I would and have already recommended you to others.
  • Ruth Killick (Publicity Director, Profile Books)
    Fenris followed and went beyond the brief - fantastic photographs and plenty of them! Pro-actively requested what photographs we needed in particular, arrived promptly and was great to work with. We at Profile Books were delighted with Fenris Oswin’s work as party photographer at two of our company events this year and would highly recommend him elsewhere. I’d definitely employ Fenris again. An excellent photographer for those events where we have to get a good photographic record!
  • Chris Simmons (CrimeSquad.com)
    Fenris took a number of amazing photographs during the Harrogate Crime Festival. All the authors warmed to him and through his professionalism were more than happy to pose for photographs when requested. The photographs were of such quality that the board of the Harrogate Festival requested some of the photographs that Fen took to place on the Harrogate Festival website.