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Oliver Woods has been a freelance photographer since 2005. He initially trained as an artist and later also became a radio journalist. He now divides his time between photography and working as a producer at the BBC World Service. Oliver's work has appeared in a number of magazines, including: The Financial Times Weekend Magazine, Newsweek Japan, El Mundo, VG (Norway) and The Sunday Times Magazine. He has been featured in Lensculture online magazine, and he has exhibited at the Association of Photographers Open, the Royal Academy and the Format International Photo Festival in 2013, among others. Oliver is currently working on photographic projects that aim to combine documentary and fine art photography. He is based in London.

Selected Exhibitions & Awards:

Belfast Photo Festival Instagram artist, January 2015

Moscow International Photo Awards, 'Honorable Mention', October 2014

Format International Photography Festival, exhibiting artist at 'Exposure', Derby, March - April 2013

Awarded the Joan Wakelin Bursary, through the Royal Photographic Society, in association with the Guardian newspaper, September 2012

Honorable Mention in the International Photography Awards, Los Angeles, September 2012

Finalist in 3rd Ward Open Call, Brooklyn, January 2012

Finalist in Portrait Salon, London November 2011 and Liverpool January 2012

International Photography Awards Best of Show Exhibition, New York, October 2011

First place in Editorial at the International Photography Awards, New York, August 2011

Finalist in the Kaunas Photo Star Competition, Kaunas, Lithuania, August 2011

Royal Academy Summer Show 2011

'Intersection', joint show at Oxford House, Bethnal Green, London 2011

Shortlisted in the Renaissance Photography Awards, The Mall Galleries, London 2011

AMPS/10, Photofusion Brixton 2010

Royal Academy Summer Show 2010

'Red Star, Black Gold' at the Chocolate Factory, Wood Green, London 2009

Foto8 Summer Show 2009

Judges Prize Winner, Association of Photographers Summer Show 2009