Its wheels tumbrels of awe, his diligence crashes through the stars, laying waste the firmament.
Great sparks of fire made glorious the heavens.
His bridge wrought of first steel, reflected the suns of all humankind,
burning our souls a thousand years.
Adrian Buckmaster was born in London where he studied art at Twickenham College of Design, and has been living in New York City since the early eighties. In England, he was the photographer on projects for the British Museum, Houses of Parliament, The Cambridge Press. He was the first photographer to be invited into The Artworkers Guild, founded by William Morris in 1884. His work has been featured in advertising (e.g. Revlon, L’Oreal), magazines (e.g. Next Fashion Magazine; Essence Magazine); book illustrations (e.g. Teva Durham, Loop-d-Loop), as well as for artists (e.g. Rebecca Kelly Ballet, Duncan Cooper at the Dance Theater of Harlem). He also does portraits and private sittings. A book of his photographs, “An Embarrassments of Riches”, was published by Glitterati in 2015 (10 x 14 inches, 272 pages, b/w and four-color photographs). See website.