About the photographer

Suzanne Trower FRPS CPAGB was born in the Channel Island of Jersey and continues to live and work there.

Many of her images have been inspired by the peace and tranquillity she finds along the cliffs and sandy beaches of the island. The ever changing light and tides, combined with her love of long exposures provide a calming view. This philosophy is also carried through in travels to other parts of the world, including one of her favourites, Iceland.

Monochrome is used on some images to highlight the drama light can provide in certain landscapes, creating an almost graphic effect. This can be found in the Silver Lining collection which took about two years to produce. These images formed a successful submission to the Royal Photographic Society and Sue was granted a Fellowship in June 2017.



  • Gained Fellowship Distinction from the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS)
  • Selectors Award in the Monochrome Class Basingstoke CC National Open Exhibition 2017


  • Gold Medal Winner Scapes Class Basingstoke CC National Open Exhibition
  • Selectors Award Scapes Class Basingstoke CC National Exhibition
  • Short Listed for Landscape Photographer of the Year


  • Gold Medal Winner Best in Class Guernsey Salon of Photography 25th Anniversary
  • Monochrome Photographic Awards Honourable Mentions for 3 Images
  • Gained Credit Award from Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (CPAGB)


  • Acceptance for the RPS International Images for Screen Exhibition
  • Overall Winner Jersey Eisteddfod


  • Overall Winner Jersey Eisteddfod
  • Acceptance for the London Salon of Photography


  • Gained Associate Distinction from The Royal Photographic Society (ARPS)


  • Gained Licentiate Distinction from The Royal Photographic Society (LRPS)