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Cats have always formed a huge part of my life. I’m sad to have lived without any
for so long now, as our last cat died a year and a half ago. All three of my childhood
cats have died over the last four years, leaving me cat-
But what feels like an eternity doesn’t often prove to be one. On a happier note, my parents are hoping to get two russian blue kittens as soon as possible, so hopefully I’ll have some more feline pals before too long!
Photography has been a big part of my life for a long time now and although there’s been a bit of a lapse through college (except when I had to do it for my photography A level) I’m hoping that I can really get back into it, as its something which I really enjoy doing and can be proud of.
So, if you find that after reading this and looking at my photos you want to contact me, just fill out the form opposite and I’ll try and get back to you as quickly as I can!
If you didn’t already know, my name is Bryony and I’m 21 years old. I live in a gorgeous flat in Brighton, England, with my partner Ryan and two of our friends. My brother Tim is 27 and lives within walking distance. At the moment I’m working full time, after graduating from the University of Brighton with a 2:1 in the humanities course War, Conflict and Modernity.
It was my dad that really got me interested in photography. I used to borrow his Nikon D80 SLR from around 2007 to take photos, until I got my own beautiful Nikon D60 as an extremely special birthday present. (There are also a few photos taken with my FinePix S6500.) It’s great having a dad who loves photography (and a Mum who willingly puts up with it on holidays!) as I can borrow his lenses and ask him for advice whenever I need it.
You can probably tell that my family are a huge part of my life, and that I seem to have started writing this in the style of a teenage diary, so I may as well continue. I love seeing my parents as often as possible, they frequently come down to Brighton and I’m always going to see them at home, which used to have the added bonus of seeing my cats. It’s great having Tim living in Brighton, he’s always around to debate and discuss the areas I’m interested in, because he’s currently studying most of them as part of his PhD. You can follow him and what he’s doing on twitter with @TimHuzar.
It’s also great seeing my 26 year-