|Robert Reck is an internationally recognized Architectural and Interior Design Photographer whose assignments have taken him around the world. He holds a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico. In addition to an active assignment schedule, he enjoys teaching workshops on architectural photography and interior lighting techniques. He is a contributing photographer to Architectural Digest and has been published in dozens of publications including Architecture, Architectural Record, GA, A+U andInterior Design. He was the lead photographer for Santa Fe Style, published by Rizzoli International and has been a major contributor to monographs on many preeminent architects such as John Gaw Meem, Antoine Predock and Robert A.M. Stern. Two new books have just been published with Robert’s photographs – The Small Adobe House, a book on adobe architecture in the Southwest, and Facing Southwest, a book on the life and residential projects of architect John Gaw Meem, published by W.W. Norton & Co. February 2002.|
His work is distinguished by his masterful use of light, strong composition and a considered interpretation of subject. Residential assignments at the homes of Liz Claiborne, Carol Burnett, Ali McGraw, Val Kilmer and Candace Bergen have revealed his ability to uniquely characterize each project to the style of the homeowner.
Robert’s recent assignments have taken him to England, Scotland, Germany and Austria. He has also photographed the Shanghai Stadium in China and photographed in Southeast Asia for luxury hotels and resorts as well as in Italy for the American Academy in Rome. Recent Architectural Digest assignments have taken him to Malta, Italy, Cyprus and Morocco as well as numerous assignments in the United States.