Richard Chivers, Photography Series #14
Photography drives inspiration. In 2011 we want to encourage creativity and design through the showcasing some of the most beautiful architectural photography around. Inspired designers are productive designers – and your journey starts here!
Architectural Photography Series #14 – Richard Chivers
It has been a while since we presented the work of an architectural photographer, but today we are delighted to bring you the work of Richard Chivers, the #14 photographer in our series.
Richard is a Professional Photographer whose work is focused on Architecture, Interiors and capturing the built environment, his clients include KSS Associates, ADP Architects, John McAslan and Partners, Rick Mather Architects, Nick Evans Architects, Michael Cook Associates, RIBA, DPA Lighting, GardnerQuainton Design, Pink Llama Design, Colliers CRE, SMYE Holland Associates, The Architects Journal, Wallpaper Magazine, Braun Publishing, Durkan Estates, City and Country and the Westcombe Group.
Richard’s personal work allows him the opportunity to investigate the shaping and re-shaping of the British Landscape with several Arts Council Awards and he has exhibited his work across the country. His latest project Degeneration in conjunction with the photography collective Human Endeavour has recently been published in BJP and is about the go on a tour around Britain
Richard is also working for the Photographers Gallery London on the Colliers Green Focus project, teaching Key stage 3 children to explore their environment through photography.
Very special thanks to Richard for sharing his superb photos with us here at Habitables. Don’t forget to visit Richard’s website to check out more of his photography and to get in contact – much more high quality work to view!
Are you an architectural photographer interested in taking part in the Photography Series 2011? Why not drop us an email, we’d love to hear from you!
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