ABOUT: Richard Chivers Architectural Photography
I am an Architectural Photographer capturing Architecture and the built environment for Architects, Design Agencies, Construction companies and PR Agencies, my clients include, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Rick Mather Architects, Atkins Design, Assael, PADStudio, alma nac, Lyall Bills & Young, Sturgis Associates, NBBJ Architects, ADP, Cartwright Pickhard, Scott Brownrigg, MCM Architects, John McAslan and Partners, IBI Nightingale, Milford & Martin Architects, Artillery, Sam Tisdall Architects, Richard Mitzman Architects, ECE Architecture, Richard Dewhurst Design, Studio Carver, Land Design Studio, The RIBA, DPA Lighting, Kier Construction, Willmott Dixon, GQ Design and Colliers International. My work has been published in various places including The Architects Journal, Architecture Today, Building Design Magazine, Wallpaper Magazine, the Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Evening Standard and Grand Designs Magazine and Dezeen. My Architectural Archive is represented by View Pictures and RIBAPIX.
My personal work is based around creating documentary projects that look at the shaping and re-shaping of the British landscape. I have received several Arts Council awards to make, curate and exhibit my work, exhibiting across the UK and Internationally. My work has been published in the British Journal of Photography, Source Magazine and Magenta Flash Forward 2009. My project Textures of Time has been published as a Folded sheet Profile 004 by Chalet Alpin. I am also Co Founder of the photography collective Human Endeavour who have exhibited at the Brighton Photo Fringe and the Format International Photography Festival in Derby. The collective have been working on a new project called Glasgow Effect which was recently exhibited at the Brighton Photo Fringe 2012 and was Highly Commended in the Danny Wilson Memorial Award. I have also recently been working on a project that looks to respond to Simon Armitage’s poems ‘The Motorway Service Station as Destination in its own right’, with an exhibition taking place at Bank Street Arts Sheffield in May 2013.