Friday, 2 August 2013

The Dench Diary Paperback Book

Hello! I'm Afraid the 1st Edition has 

The United Nations of Photography, in association with Peter Dench, bring you the publishing sensation of the decade. Probably.

The diary of a sometimes working professional photographer

A book critics have described as "Alright",
and by Dench's mother as "Heaping shame upon the family name".

The award-winning English photojournalist brings us a day-by-day, blow-by-blow account of his life as a professional photographer. Strap yourself in, it's a rocky ride.

113 pages, 9 in full colour, all of them in high-defenition Dench

Prepare to be astonished at the cover that challenges publishing convention

The numbered edition of 250 each come with a signed beer mat

International Thriller Writer Tom Knox says;

"It has been my great privilege to appear in these witty, wry, insightful diaries almost as many times as the words 'vodka', and 'Pinot Grigio'. A delightfully inebriated triumph."

A5 Digitally printed 
113 pages printed in high quality
Perfect bound
250gsm white matt covers printed full colour outside
B&W inside with no laminate 90gsm off white (recycled) 

£6.99 + £2.50 P&P.

Alternatively, 2 glasses of house red and a bowl of nuts at Villiers Terrace



  1. Review from Paul Duerinckx

    Got this yesterday: the Dench Diaries. As the lurid cover suggests, Peter Dench has had to add some sex scenes and filthy language in order to compete with the 50 Shades fashion for erotic fiction. Other than this, it's an entertaining exploration of what it's like to be a freelance photographer. This is a very good primer for any student of photography, for up and coming freelancers and established photographers who will identify and laugh along at the humour often shared amongst the freelance fraternity.

  2. Review from John Wilson

    Recommended reading even if you're not a photographer (especially if you're not a photographer)

  3. "It looks like a great toilet read." Martin Parr

  4. "Only made it half way through but it's been a good read so far anyhow." David Solomons

  5. "It's a goodun." Harry Hardie

  6. "Up to March 2011 and have to say it's a good read." Beckett (Simon)

  7. "A cheeky and realistic look at what a freelance photojournalist endures." Eddie Major

  8. "Finished the book and found it engrossing. Very funny and honest." Simon Beckett

  9. "Marvelous book. Thoroughly recommend it." Jon Levy/foto8

  10. AnonymousMay 05, 2018

    Where can I get a copy of this please??