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Arnhel de Serra

Arnhel studied at the famous school of Documentary Photography in Newport, Wales, set up by Magnum photographer David Hurn, in 1986. He has been photographing for The National Trust since 2009, bringing many years of experience to his photography working with clients nationally and internationally across the advertising, corporate and editorial sectors.

Arnhel's style reflects a warm candid approach to story telling, using humour and observation as a central theme for building interest in his imagery, along with interpretations around the idea of 'Britishness'.

Clients have included AMVBBDO, Saatchi & Saatchi, BP, Virgin, Sothebys, The Jewish Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, The Independent and The Sunday Times.

A selection of Arnhel's photos

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Volunteer costumed interpreters at The Workhouse, Southwell, Nottinghamshire.

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Two children running on the estate at Croome Park, Worcestershire.

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Visitors at the West front of Petworth House, West Sussex.

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Visitor on the beach looking towards Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland

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Visitor at Hidcote Manor Garden, Gloucestershire in September

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Wales coast terrier dog on wall. Ioakleaf beach walks

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Children playing in an old tree stump at Plas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales.

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Visitors sunbathing in the gardens at Sissinghurst Castle, Kent.

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Child playing in the garden at East Riddlesden Hall, West Yorkshire.

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Visitors enjoying the gardens in September at East Riddlesden Hall, West Yorkshire.