Still Life 2013

"Untitled Still Life' Quince & Medlars C-type Photograph 98 x 96cm 2013

About Richard Janson

Born London


1976-77 City and Guilds in as a Commercial Chef and Patisserie

Westminster College, London

1985 Higher Certificate Patisserie, Chef Management and Nouvelle Cuisine, Regency Park, Adelaide

1999 Graduate Certificate Network Publishing

CSU Murray, Albury

1998-2003 BA Photography - PT study photography subjects

Exhibitions & Events


MAMA Mirage Project Albury
Albury 7th July - 17th Sept 2017

'Head On' AddOn (group exhibition)
Paddington Town Hall, Sydney 6th - 14th May 2017

MAMA Albury Yours
3rd Feb - 17th April 2017


2015 CCP Salon

Centre for Contemporary Photography, George St Fitzroy Vic
26th Nov - 12th Dec 2015

Cargo: Art In Transit. Curated - Sarah McAlister Murray Arts
Travelling Henty to Corryong - 24th Sept - 14th Dec 2015

'Head On' (photo festival) - landscape finalist
Sydney 1st - 31st May 2015

2013 Harvest
Albury Art Gallery

2012 Land Matter (two person show)
Arts Space Wodonga

2012 Susan Moorhead Memorial award exhibition (Winner)
Albury Art Gallery

2008 Panorama of Tobruk Street
Tobruk Street Community Art Project Albury Library Museum

2007-09-11 springart@ahs Fundraising Exhibition


Chef and Patissier with over thirty five years experience Richard Janson since 1987 is Research and Development Chef and Production Manager for Kooka Brothas Pty Ltd.

He is the food stylist and photographer responsible for the product photographs in medium format/studio work and general design of bi-annual catalogues since 1996 and the designer and publisher of

Photographic Practice

Parallel to self employment Janson has developed a photographic archive and darkroom practice that includes black and white, colour and digital 35mm, xpan and medium format documentary photos and studio work.

Photographic essays range from travel to UK, Vietnam and Europe, documentary images of Albury concentrating on architectural and industrial subjects and the natural environment concentrating on the effects of climate change.


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Click here to view "Harvest" 2013 Exhibition Catalogue