Tony Prower presents

Below are events where you can see my work and sometimes I will be attending. Events include exhibitions, workshops and talks.


Exhibition – Ongoing

Justnanco Fine Art Gallery
Gallery Address:
100 Queens Rd,
Bristol, BS8 1NF, UK
Phone: 01179730907

Exhibits will include the Magnificent Earth collection.


30th March 2017 – Iceland landscape photo talk at the Bay Area Cultural Connections (BayCC) in Sunnyvale off the Lightrail line:

29th March 2017 – Ice and Aurora Magic with the Adobe Photoshop User Group at the Adobe Campus in downtown San Jose:

28th March 2017 – Informal chat at B2 Coffee in San Pedro Square, San Jose:

Uk-Iceland Photography Meetup

Iceland landscape photo talk

16th Feb 2017 – Central London
17th & 19th Feb 2017 – Brighton (informal chat)

Iceland’s raw and dramatic nature draws photographers from all over the world. Tony Prower has been there since before the dinosaurs to witness Iceland’s surge to the top of many bucket lists…

I will be talking about how Iceland is such a Natural inspiration for Landscape and Nature photography.

• Psychology of photography

• Exposure and the Magic Cloth

• Composition epiphanies

• Arguing for aperture

• Virtual tour of Iceland

• Business and marketing

This will be around an hour of talk and show, followed by up to 30 min of informal questions and chat. Then transfer to another building for even less formal chat.

!!Please see General Discussion!!

Landscape photography Talk – October 19th – 19.30 – 20.30

UBU Photosoc
University of Bristol Students’ Union, Queen’s Road, Bristol

Exhibition – Nov 28th – Dec 10th 2015

Trevisan International Art – Little Treasures
De Marchi Gallery,
Via De Marchi 19b,

3 small square images from the Ice Beach

Exhibition – 2013 – 2015

Þórbergssetur – Endless Riches
Suðursveit 781
Höfn í Hornafirði

A photography exhibition to celebrate the written works of Þórbergur Þórðarson (1888 – 1974).

Exhibition – June 2015

The Brick Lane Gallery – Landscapes: Urban versus Rural
196 Brick Lane,
E1 6SA

Exhibits included the Magnificent Earth collection.


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