Rupert Rivett was born in Cardiff in 1966. He joined the Royal Air Force in 1986 as an Air Photographic Technician. Trained at the Joint School of Photography at RAF Cosford he later went on to serve on No 1 Harrier Squadron in different Reconnaissance Intelligence Centres of the RAF both in the uk and “in the field” abroad. After leaving the Royal Air Force in 1990 he moved near Bath in Avon and went on to freelance in photography and exhibited work like a photo essay about the Bath Eastern by-pass protest which he exhibited at the F-Stop Gallery in Bath.

Since these early stages as a photographer he has gone on to study at Brighton University, Graduating in 1998 with a BA (Hons) Degree in Editorial Photography. In his last year of his Degree he followed Sir James Goldsmith on his Political Venture to win the 1997 General Election with his own party the Referendum Party.

After finishing his Degree Rupert was successful in gaining a place in the Royal Photography Kodak print exhibition 2000 where his work was exhibited at the Octigon Gallery Bath and later different venues around the uk. He is at present working as an Editorial Photographer and available for commissions especially Editorial work needing his reportage style. Always taking a philanthropic approach to his photography he is currently working on a long term photo story about the Mega cities of the World.

His last Exhibition was entitled Brighton Untold Narrative shown at The North Laine Photography gallery Nov 2003 - Jan 2004. He is also one of the two winners in the third round of the British Journal of photography / Nikon Dream Project award.

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