Those in the world of residential design often choose Brian Vanden Brink as their architectural photographer beacause of his incredible tallent of capturing the designers vision that has been made into a reality. He has been photographing award-winning architecture for three decades. Brian's name is synonymous with a respect for design and passion for light. His work has been featured widely in a variety of design and consumer publications such as Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, Boston Globe Magazine, Coastal Living, Dwell, Design New England, Down East, Maine Home + Design, New England Home, New York Times Magazine, Photo District News, and View Camera Magazine. His photographs grace many books including his ownvAt Home by the Sea: Houses Designed For Living at the Water's Edge, At Home in Maine: Houses Designed To Fit the Land, Historic Maine Homes, Ruin: Photographs of a Vanishing America and Porch. Ruin is a photographic study of abandoned architecture throughout the United States and earned a Photo District News 2010 Photo Annual award, as well as the 2009 New England Art Awards critics’ choice for Best Book in New England by The New England Journal of Aesthetic Research.Brian's new book ICONIC: Perspectives on the Man-Made World was released in 2012. Vanden Brink was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1951 and began his career in photography there more than thirty years ago. He moved to Maine in 1978 to attend the Maine Photographic Workshops and lives in Camden with his wife Kathleen.