Since 1984, the American/British photographer Richard Bram (b. Philadelphia 1952) has been walking the streets of the world searching for special moments in everyday life. He has covered large public events and private intimate moments looking for that significant gesture to animate his photographs. His approach is straight: The photograph is either there or it is not. Bram has been a professional photographer since 1984. He is a founding member of UP Photographers, the first international street photography collective. His work is regularly published in traditional and digital magazines and he writes and lectures on street photography.

Today, based in London, he is on the move again soon in search of new images. Three books of his work have been published, “Richard Bram: Street Photography” (2006), “Richard Bram: NEW YORK” (2016) and “Short Stories” (2020). In 2020, Bram received a major retrospective exhibition at the Mannheimer Kunstverein of Mannheim, Germany. His work has been seen in over forty solo and group exhibitions around the world and is part of major museum collections in America and Europe. He now lives on the banks of the River Thames in east London where he observes the water, light and air of that great river.