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 https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/visual-arts/richard-bryant/in-conversation-richard-bryant

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).

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  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. 
  3. ^ http://www.rickygervais.com/thissideofthetruth.php

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