Tony Ellwood Photography

Tony Ellwood was born in Muenster, Germany in 1967.

After a 6 month trip around Asia in 1994, he discovered photography as a hobby.

While living in Cape Town, South Africa, in 1996, he began assisting several professional photographers.

He moved to Brasilia, Brazil in 1997, where he freelanced for several publications, newspapers and agencies, such as "Classe A" and "Trilhas" magazine.

After his return to the UK in 2000, he continued to work as a freelancer. At the same time he successfully completed a BA hons in Editorial Photography at the University of Brighton.

Since then,Ellwood 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” and “Financial Times” (UK) as well as
L'Echo (Belgium).

He currently resides in London, UK.


Silver Place winner, London Photographic Association awards

Future Exhibitions:

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

Affordable Art Fair: Battersea, London, October 2011

Past Exhibitions:

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 Playground: The Tobacco Factory, Bristol, 2002 (Solo)
Brighton Festival Open House 20 St Michaels Place, Hove, 2002

Forbidden Playgrounds: Brighton Artists Gallery, Brighton. 2002

The Acrobats Espaco Cultural 308, Brasilia/Brazil. 1998  

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