Bryan Gaither is a Kansas City area photographer with a love of architectural, cityscape, landscape and nature photography with a newly found passion for macro photography. His early inspiration into photography began as child after finding Time Life Magazines photo books at his grandparents’ house in the early 70’s. This lead to his beginnings in 35 mm black and white photography in the 80’s before changing to digital photography in the late 90’s.


Bryan grew up on a farm and small town before moving to Kansas City, MO where he has spent nearly half his life. The mixture of urban and country living brings a mix of styles to his photographs and a wide range of subject matter. The love of photography had been purely for personal pleasure until friends and others convinced him that he should be showing his pictures in a public forum.


Since then, Bryan has shown at five 3rd Friday Art Walks in Englewood Station Arts District at B-Vogue Salon and Art Gallery and has displayed in the Historic Westport District and in the River Market District at The Urban Trader in Kansas City, MO. Some of his work has recently been displayed at Vivilore in Englewood Station and he recently completed a successful showing at Cucina Della Ragazza in Westport.


His pictures have been purchased for private residences and businesses in MO, KS, NE, IA, TN, TX, MD, MN and Ireland. Some of the businesses include the legal and medical professions. He also has multiple pieces in the corporate headquarters for an international company.


Bryan is a curator on the competition web site ViewBug.com and has had many Peer Recognition Awards for his photography from the ViewBug community which include Judges Awards. One of his current pieces named “The Sunflower” was recently recognized as one of the web sites top 5% all time most awarded photographs and has been honored as a Featured Photo for the second time in June of 2016, along with winning Staff Favorite in 2014.

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