Tony Fisher Says…
“I work mostly in colour. I love vibrancy, however I use monochrome where I feel it conveys a different meaning as I feel it appropriate. None of my photographs are digitally manipulated and are a representation of what I see in life. What the viewer perceives is in essence the image I have captured through the camera lens. My photographs capture the moment of life; many are quirky and humorous, emotional, abstract and intense but all have a relevant and significant meaning.”
Tony Fisher in brief
Tony has lived and worked in the East Midlands region as a professional photographer and filmmaker for over 40 years, especially in the community arts sector.
He has been successful with published poetry, short stories and press articles.
In 2014 he was awarded the Rethink National Bill Pringle prize, and also received a Grants for Arts from Arts Council England.
Cotmanhay by the Sea, Wash Arts CIC, Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
The Meeting, exhibition First Movement Performance Company at The Level Centre, Derbyshire (Arts Council England).
Cheese Snaps, a surreal view of Stilton Cheese. Nottinghamshire County Council
Matlock Live!, Arts Council Awards for All exhibition
Closed Garages, Littoral Arts Lancashire
Lifelines – Cultural Diversity in Derbyshire (a collaboration with artist Aidan Shingler)
The TEN, Royal Derby Hospital, Uttoxeter Road, Derby
The TEN, London Road Community Hospital, London Road, Derby
Artwalk, ArtHouse, Wakefield, Sheffield
Solo show, Snibson Discovery Park, Leicestershire
‘In Evidence’, Format International Photography Festival, Derby
Group exhibition, SHAPE, Pop Up gallery, Stratford London.
The Troubadour, West End, London.