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William Shaw

I trained at Salisbury College of Art . Worked for a local newspaper for 2 years then went out on my own. I have been freelance for over 25 years working for most of the lifestyle titles. For the last few years my work has seemed to focus more on the food side of things. However I still do lots of travel and reportage work. The sort of feature I enjoy the most is something that involves a bit of travel, but focusing on the local culture and food. My best job ever was a week long feature on Holy Week in a small village in Spain. So visual.

A selection of William's photos

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Traditional pasties, one of the delicious dishes available at National Trust restaurants.

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Space Patrol car, c1960, at The National Trust Museum of Childhood at Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire.

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Fresh meat, ready to be cooked.

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No Fishing sign at Ickworth, Suffolk.

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Discovery Days sign at Ickworth Vineyard, run by tenants Charles and Jillian Macready from the old walled garden at Ickworth, Suffolk.

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Making mince pies with a star-shaped pastry cutter.

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National Trust logo in chocolate powder.

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Actors filming The Cranford Chronicles at West Wycombe Park, Buckinghamshire.

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Fresh figs in summer.

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Boots used by the crab and lobster fishermen of Aberdaron Seafood Ltd where the crustaceans are processed and dressed, Llyn Peninsula, Wales.