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Oskar Proctor

I grew up in a design family in South East London, which meant that I spent a lot of time on shoots as a child. I got a taste for taking pictures.

After a diploma in image production at the London College of Communication, I went on to assist. It was working with Andreas von Einsiedel that introduced me to The National Trust.

I was subsequently asked by Chris Lacey to start shooting projects of my own. These range from families and children interacting with outdoor spaces to the curious and beautiful Woolsthorpe Manor the home of Isaac Newton, Shaws Corner the home of George Bernard Shaw and Snowshill Manor, which I photographed for a book on cabinets of curiosities.

A selection of Oskar's photos

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A costumed interpreter working in the kitchen at Woolsthorpe Manor, Lincolnshire.

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A boy in October at Biddulph Grange Garden, Staffordshire.

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Children playing in the garden in October at Erddig, Clwyd

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Interior view of the cottage at High Lickbarrow Farm, Cumbria