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Oliver Charles  in “The 20 Best Photographers Under 20 Right...





















Oliver Charles  in “The 20 Best Photographers Under 20 Right Now” Selected by Flickr

Oliver Charles (19 years old ) interest in photography began at a young age, and he has since built a collection of work which expresses the surreal and often dark stages of human emotion. Oliver juxtaposes dreaming and reality by capturing people in dreamlike scenarios but located in natural environments. Oliver is currently based in London, where he is studying digital photography at Ravensbourne College. 

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