Richard Margolis is a fine art and architectural photographer who has lived and worked in Rochester since 1972. He has a studio on the top floor of Anderson Alley Artists Building in the Neighborhood of the Arts. Richard has extensively and consistently photographed landmark buildings, public art, and big trees in western New York and Israel. He is a graduate of Kent State University and the MFA Photography program at RIT.
Richard has exhibited widely both in the US and internationally. His work is in many collections including Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Rochester International Airport, Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and Yale University.