Photographer Bruce Rae is at the forefront of the contemporary photographic world.
He took an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art in the 1970s, prior to a career teaching photography at the London College of Printing and at the University of East London.
Professionally, his work has been exhibited all over the world and his prints are held in collections ranging from The Victoria & Albert Museum in London to the Bibliothéque Nationale in Paris. His work is also held in many corporate collections, including those of Texaco, Willis Corroon, Accenture and Citibank. Bruce Rae has also been featured in magazines and journals, ranging from The Daily Telegraph to Creative Camera and Arts Review.
Concentrating particularly on botanical photography, Bruce Raes work has appeared on book covers, record covers, corporate literature and in the editorial sections of magazines and journals all around the world.