Richard Murrian

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Artist

Richard Murrian (born 1969 in Chicago, Illinois, United States) is a Paris-based American photographer, knownTemplate:Who for his nude photography of girls.

Biography

In interviews and biographic sheets he states his photography of models began between 1998 and 2000. His early work drew comparisons to David Hamilton, whom he has often cited as an influence. In more recent years, his photography has evolved into a more contemporary style and his subjects have included mostly girls in eastern Europe.

As of October 2009, 4 coffee-table format books of his work have been published. "Touch Me" (2009), "Babydoll" (2007), "See Me, Feel Me" (2006), and "Reanna's Diaries" (2004). All have been published by Swiss publishing house Edition Skylight.

Murrian serves as featured photographer and creative director for the website MUSE. In prior years he was a frequent contributor to the website MET-ART.

His photographs have been published by many magazines including FHM, QUO, ELEELA, and Stern magazine in Germany.[1]

Bibliography

  • Touch Me (ISBN 978-3037665954), 2009
  • Babydoll (ISBN 978-3037665800), 2007
  • See Me, Feel Me (ISBN 978-3037665732), 2006
  • Reanna's Diaries (ISBN 978-3037664957), 2004

References

  1. "Photographer". Richard Murrian. http://www.richardmurrian.net/publish.html. Retrieved 2017-06-06. 

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