Richard Heeps at MIA
In 1989 Richard Heeps' first colour collection 'Ordinary Places' which was shot over three years was exhibited at The Photographers Gallery, London, making him the youngest artist to exhibit there at the time. He went on to make collections in a variety of themes however a distinctive narrative continues throughout. In 2007 he published his book 'Man's Ruin' which comprises of a body of seven years work which has sold in book and limited edition print form to collectors worldwide. He still runs his darkroom at his home in Cambridge and his extensive knowledge of the equipment has lead him in collaboration with photographer Natasha Heidler to develop a unique process which creates stunningly bold imagery such as the 'Vinyl Collection' which has been received in great success.