Current Exhibition Nov 2022
“Cebuano life - The Real Philippines” My journey into the San Fernando Mountains to live with the Deiparine Family.
“Dare To Dream” GPN Photographic Exhibition - 15/11/21 to 30/11/21
The London Lighthouse Studio & Gallery,
18 Lyell Street,
London City Island, London E14 0SZ
Exhibition - The Masked Series
GPN Photography Exhibition 15th - 30th November 2021, London lighthouse Gallery & Studio, 18 Lyell Street, English National Ballet Building, London City Island, E14 0SZ.
Forthcoming Solo Exhibition (Date to Be Announced)
I am working towards a solo show in the Southend area for 2020 (postponed until 2021/2 due to covid). The show will feature a range of work from the last 5 years. The show is intended to part focus on my home town of Southend and its amazing estuary front as well as some of the characters who live and work here.
Looking The Other Way
The exhibition was on from 29th Oct until 3rd November 2019, at Espacio Gallery, Bethnal Green London. The Exhibition was a collaboration of work from over 20 photographers from London and the Home Counties. The ninth exhibition with the Gay Photographers Network
Look The Other Way 2018
This collaborative show brought together an eclectic mix of contemporary images by 30 photographic artists as part of East London Photomonth 2018.
The exhibition featured work from both established and emerging practitioners and features a wide range of subjects, characters and moods. This is the eighth exhibition by the Gay Photographers Network
GPN17 Photographic Exhibition 2017
29th July -8th August 2017, 117 Wallis Road Studios London, E9 5LN
Great exhibition with many thousends attending and viewing work by gay, bisexual and lesbian photographers.
"Money and Power’ at the City's Prestigous Guildhall Art Gallery in conjunction with other Members of the Gay Photographers’ Network.
21 October to 4 December 2016, presenting 23 images from 16 photographers, including Tudor Prince by myself Steve Power. The London-based group was invited to present the exhibition at the art gallery, as part of its stated commitment to support a diverse range of artists, present new works alongside its historic collection, and reach out to new audiences.
Katty Pearce, curator for the City of London Corporation, said: “My colleagues and I at Guildhall Art Gallery were very pleased with the breadth and creativity of the photographers’ responses to their brief. Money and power are associated closely with the Square Mile and we want to engage artistically with those subjects. The images that we have selected are provocative, playful, and striking, and we hope that people will enjoy them.” My work sold within 6 minutes of opening,
ABOUT THE GAY PHOTOGRAPHERS’ NETWORK:
The Gay Photographers’ Network is a London-based organisation for LGBT folk and their friends, who are interested in photography and image-making. The aim of the group is to create a supportive network of individuals and a space where lovers of photography can share their work, discuss ideas, and exchange knowledge. Beginners, enthusiasts and professionals united by a shared passion for photography are all welcome. Over 90 people belong to the London branch.