Metropolitan Museum of Art
© Brett Beyer Photography
Brett Beyer is an award winning and internationally published photographer specializing in Architectural, Interior, Landscape, and Fine Art Photography. He is based in New York City and will travel for assignments.
Brett received his Bachelors degree in studio art from Bard College with a focus on sculpture and photography. Brett's project where he photographed the offices of architects including Richard Meier Architects, Studio Libeskind, and Selldorf Architects, was featured in the US pavilion at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale. His recent group exhibitions include “5 Beekman” as part of Visions at Temple Court in New York City, and “OMA: Aerial/Interior” as part of the International Photography Awards Best of Show in Los Angeles. In 2013 he took part in a week long residency during the 30th anniversary show “Being” at Storefront for Art and Architecture. His current fine art photography work involves alternative printing processes.
Selected Publications and Clients
The New York Times Magazine
New York Magazine
National Geographic Adventure
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
American Photography 28
American Photography 30
PDN Photo Annual
International Photography Awards
Association of Independent Architectural Photographers