About Jocelyn
Jocelyn (b. 1988) is a photography graduate from Worcestershire, England. She started taking photographs at a young age, making a photobook aged seven. She regained her passion for taking pictures during high school and after completing a BTEC in Photography she graduated in June 2010 from a BA in Photographic Art at the University of Wales, Newport.  She currently lives and works in London, working on various projects and preferring to shoot in medium format.
http://www.jocelynallen.co.uk
Current city: London
Jocelyn (b. 1988) is a photography graduate from Worcestershire, England. She started taking photographs at a young age, making a photobook aged seven. She regained her passion for taking pictures during high school and after completing a BTEC in Photography she graduated in June 2010 from a BA in Photographic Art at the University of Wales, Newport.  She currently lives and works in London, working on various projects and preferring to shoot in medium format.
 
There are many great parks in London to choose from, but Hampstead Heath is by far my favourite; a lido, Parliament Hill with a great view of the city, ponds, woods and plenty of space. It’s a great place to hang out in the summer, but also presents a lovely walk in the winter. Address: (As it’s so big obviously it doesn’t really have a specific address but there are 2 main entrances) Entrances by Gospel Oak or Hampstead Heath Entrance.
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London has plenty of beautiful cemeteries. Brompton is one of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ and has many interesting tombs. It was also an inspiration of names for Beatrix Potter and the resting place of Emmeline Pankhurst.
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A small place to eat with great vegetarian/vegan food just off Camden High Street. This place does an amazing buffet at a great price, as well as serving reasonably priced tea and juices.
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Specialising in photography & fashion books and magazines, this independent shop can be a goldmine for rare and out of print books. Also if you’re lucky you’ll meet Otis, the lovely pug-cross resident.
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Though the city is amazing with a lot to offer, of course it’s great to have your own hideaway. My room is essentially my studio/desk space too and the hub of my creative activities.
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