Welcome to [Tom] 'Fenn Photography'! In my fifties now, I’ve been taking pictures since the age of six. Self-taught as a photographer, I'm a passionate professional who would prefer to be known more as an amateur, because like life, this is a continual learning process, that I never seem to tire of!
Most of my work today is in the events and conferences field, although in recent months I have been moving into both landscape, urban as well as rural, and back into education again, 'putting a little bit back in' as they say, an area that I once worked in during the 1990's. My roots go back to photojournalism, when I worked for newspapers, notably London-based The Independent and Guardian newspapers. I try to incorporate this into my event work, attempting to inject some humour as well as humanity into an otherwise sterile world of event photography.
More lately though, I have been rediscovering two old favourites, landscape and architecture. This has been achieved using effects created not only with filters and software post-processing, but more recently using the excellent tools built into my camera of choice, the incredible and tiny Olympus OM-D E-M1.
For those interested in qualifications, despite being a self-taught photographer, I also hold an upper second-class BSc (Hons) degree in Product Design, as well as 'O' and 'A' levels in photography.
So please, do have a look around (N.B. My site is still under construction and while the galleries are being built as I type this, they're not displaying properly yet- please be patient!). Many of my images will be available as individual prints in a number of different sizes including square and rectangle formats. As large scale prints (maximum size, 40" x 30") and in box collections of 10 in 10” x 12” and 16" x 20" sizes. If you find something that you like, you may order by logging on to my site.
My website is also fully SSL compliant meaning that making any online payments through this site is fully secure (watch out for green padlock which'll appear in the top left hand side of the site address window when logging in).