TOMASZ OISEAU (1990) is a photographer raised in the U.K. and based in Amsterdam. His work explores stories about humans and their environment, portrayed with tenderness and humility.

His photographic approach developed over a number of years documenting the growing skateboarding scene in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. Capturing the fragile freedoms of youth within an area of hostile military occupation helped sharpen his sensitivity, and taught him the responsibility that comes with holding a camera.

His work has been published on i-D, Stack, NTS and in Essay Magazine, and exhibited as part of group shows in The Netherlands, United Kingdom and Czech Republic.

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*work in progress*

          Why do so many senior citizens in the U.K. wear beige? An ongoing exploration into the connection between age and colour, opening a wider story about the critial issue of loneliness in Britain’s elderly.