A teenager from Sussex, with a passion for cooking seafood and preparing freshly caught fish, is set to test his skills against some of the nation's top fishmongers.
Lorenzo Collett, who began his career at the age of 14, has been nominated for a prize that celebrates the talents of promising young fishmongers.
The 19-year-old, who started out as an apprentice in a fish shop in Hayward's Heath, is up for an award managed by the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers.
The group, who monitor standards within the fish selling industry, have been in existence for more than 700 years.
Individuals nominated for their prize will be tested on their skills and knowledge of the fishmonger trade.
Lorenzo, who started as a trainee at The Fresh Fish Shop, has worked his way up to shop manager.
Such is the level of his dedication to teaching people how to prepare fish, he's now angling to be crowned a Master Fishmonger
Sebastian Calendon, who runs The Fresh Fish Shop, met Lorenzo when he was 12. He believes the teenager is "one of a kind".
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