Richard Bryant (photographer)

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Richard Bryant (Richard Bruce Nasmyth Bryant) is an architectural photographer, based in the UK. He was the first photographer to be granted an honorary fellowship of the RIBA.[1] His London exhibition at Somerset House[2] was so successful that it was extended twice and was described by UK comedian Ricky Gervais, in his blog [3] Week sixty-one - April 2009 as "some of the best photos I've ever seen. They were all by a guy called Richard Bryant. If you know him tell him he's a genius." Bryant was interviewed at Somerset House about his work, the London Deluxe book and the images from that book that were exhibited at Somerset House

His books include London Deluxe (2008); Carlo Scarpa, Gipsoteca Canoviana, Possagno (2002); A Garden & Three Houses (1999); Sir John Soane's Museum, London (1995); The New Moderns (1993); Living Museum (1993); Stansted (1992).


  1. ^ "Honorary Fellow Nomination Form 2010" (PDF). Royal Institute of British Architects. Retrieved 19 July 2010. 
  2. ^ Alex Smith (11 November 2008). "Building photography exhibition opens at Somerset House". Building. Retrieved 19 July 2010. 
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