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Tony Ellwood is a Freelance Photographer and Photographic Artist based in London, UK.


During a trip climbing in the Himalayas he fell in love with photography. While living in Cape Town, South Africa he befriended and began assisting several professional photographers. Later he moved to Brazil and worked as a photojournalist for several publications, newspapers and agencies.


On his return to the UK, he continued to freelance and at the same time successfully completed a BA hons in Editorial Photography under the Magnum Photographer Mark Power at the University of Brighton.


Since then, he has participated in and helped curate several solo and group shows of his work. 


His pictures have been featured in publications such as Creative Review,  The Financial Times and Amateur Photographer Magazine (UK) as well as L'Echo and Trends-Tendances (Belgium). Correio Braziliense, Classe A and Trilhas magazine. (Brasil).


Silver Place winner: London Photographic Association Awards, 2006

Past Exhibitions:

Millenium Hotel: Piccadilly, London, 2015

Affordable Art Fair: Hampstead, London, 2014

Affordable Art Fair: Singapore, 2013

Affordable Art Fair: Battersea, London, March 2013

Fotofever: Brussels, October 2012

Affordable Art Fair: Hampstead, London, November 2012

Affordable Art Fair: Battersea, London, March 2012

Lineart: Ghent, Belgium, December 2011

Montreux Art Gallery: Switzerland, November 2011

Affordable Art Fair: Hampstead Heath, London, 2011

Acquire Gallery: (In collaboration with the Doinel Gallery) Battersea, London,  2011 (Solo)

Muse Gallery: Nottinghill, London, 2009 (Solo)
QuodArt: North Street, Brighton, 2005 (Solo)
Oriental Hotel: Oriental place, Brighton, 2005 
Permanent Gallery: Western road, Brighton, 2003 
Caroline Brown: Contemporary Gallery, Brighton, 2003

Spectrum Photographic Biennial Fringe show: Brighton Artists Gallery, 2003 
The Victory Pub: Brighton Biennial Fringe, 2003
Caroline Brown Contemporary Gallery: Brighton, 2003 

Click: Truman Brewery, London, 2003
Click: University of Brighton, Brighton, 2003 
Forbidden Playgrounds: The Tobacco Factory, Bristol, 2002 (Solo)
Brighton Festival Open House: 20 St Michaels Place, Hove, 2002 

Brighton Artists Gallery: Brighton. 2002 

 Espaco Cultural 308, Brasilia/Brasil. 1998  

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