Richard Glover is a photographer and educator based in Sydney and London. His initial training in graphic design led to a career in advertising before he switched to photography and a practice touching on many genres including portraiture, studio, landscape and photo-journalism. He now specialises in architectural photography for leading architects, designers, corporations and publishers.
His exhibiting photography practice explores the transitionary nature of the built environment and is held in collections including the Royal Institute of British Architects, Tate Modern, Art Gallery of New South Wales and ArtBank Australia.
As a teacher Richard has lectured and tutored at colleges and institutions in the UK and Australia. This includes undergraduate level courses as well as specialist workshops for aspiring professional photographers. Besides tutoring at the ACP he lectures at University of Technology Sydney and University of Newcastle.
Richard completed a Master of Fine Arts Degree at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW and is currently undertaking a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, Teaching & Learning at UTS.
Image @ Richard Glover, 2017.