‘A huge character with such potential’ - More well-wishers remember Norwich photographer Harvey Lewis Truswell
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A popular photographer and videographer from Norwich has continued to be remembered by friends and family, as more tributes were paid to Harvey Lewis Truswell, who died last week.
Mr Truswell, 23, was found at a flat in Normandie Tower, Rouen Road, Norwich, on April 27.
Emergency services were called around 9pm, but Mr Truswell was found dead.
Norfolk Police said they do not believe his death to be suspicious.
Since his death, tributes poured in from friends, family, former teachers and even hip hop superstars the Wu-Tang Clan, who Mr Truswell once worked with.
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Now, even more memories have been shared.
Marion Johns taught Mr Truswell as City College Norwich. She said: 'I remember Harvey as a huge character with such potential, a constant chatter in a broad Norfolk accent, which after discovering photography on our course he channelled his skills and charm into his career.
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'Having seen him in the last year he told me of all the people all over the world he had worked with and the accomplishments he had had - which he said all stemmed from learning photography on our level 2 course.
'He thanked us all for our work with him, he was always so polite. All I could think was how he had made so much of himself and how proud we were of him. 'An unforgettable student, I am deeply saddened at the news of his untimely death.'
Friend Camille Cassar said: 'You were a good man to many people, you helped me through a lot and we had some great laughs together that will never ever be forgotten. My heart aches, I cannot put it into words. Until we meet again, will miss you friend, rest in peace.'
Another friend, Wayne Yallop, sent his thoughts to Mr Truswell's family. He said: 'Can't believe the loss, such a nice lad and a very friendly family. My heart goes out to all Harvey's family especially for his sister. I'm so sorry for there loss.'
Sarah Creedon added: 'He was an amazing person, friendly, always helped me with problems. Can't believe he has gone.'
On Sunday, hundreds of people gathered at Earlham Park, Norwich, to release balloons and remember Mr Truswell.
His mother, Sara Truswell, 49, said her son 'wanted to make a difference' to the world.
She said: 'He used to say 'I am only one person, but if I can make a difference, I will'.'