Andrew Prokos is a New York City based architecture, advertising, and fine art photographer. His fine art photographs incorporate architectural elements and sweeping natural and urban views. Andrew’s large-scale cityscapes of New York and other locations are often presented in panoramic format, and capture the city in intricate detail. He often uses long exposure times to “collect” light, which imparts a sense of movement and suffuses his scenes with a subtle, non-directional light. The resulting photographs are both highly detailed and lyrical in quality.
Andrew’s photography has been widely published in magazines and newspapers, and has been awarded at the Prix de la Photographie, Paris (Px3), the International Photography Awards (Lucies), the Epson International Pano Awards and others. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of the City of New York and in galleries and corporate fine art collections in the USA and Europe.
Andrew regularly shoots for clients in advertising, property development, design and industry. Prior commissions include photography for Cisco Systems, Evraz, HBO, and the New York City Economic Development Corp. Andrew is a Professional member of the New York chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers. He welcomes inquiries regarding photo shoots, fine art print sales, exhibitions, and image licensing requests.
Andrew is interviewed by a crew from the United States Embassy of Athens, Greece for the video documentary series “Greeks Gone West”
Andrew signing large format prints for Hyatt Hotels. The photos included landscapes, cityscapes, and architectural images of Washington DC.
Andrew preparing a series 0f 42″x42″ inch fine art prints for Hyatt Hotels
Andrew speaking at the opening of “Brazil: Night & Day – Photographs by Andrew Prokos” solo exhibition at Banco do Brasil in New York City
Andrew with fellow Lucie award winners at the 2013
International Photography Awards at Carnegie Hall, New York City