Richard H. Grant

I want to tell the stories of the members of our community the best way I know how, from behind a camera lens.

I fell in love with photography as soon as I pick up a “real” camera for the first time, and I realized it was a passion I needed to foster, so I dove in headfirst and tried to learn as much as possible, as quickly as possible. My most impactful work has been covering protests in Long Beach. Still, I also try to tell the stories of small businesses and community organizations looking to make a positive impact on their communities, no matter how small or niche.



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Contact Information

Richard H. Grant
(760) 220-1182

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Artist Work

Long Beach Protest May 31 (2020)
A woman is on her hand and knees crying at a police line on May 31, 2020, during the Long Beach Black Lives Matter protests in response to the death of George Floyd.

Watch and Learn (2021)
A young fighter waits his turn in the ring while two other children spar under the direction of Coach Antonie Casey at Guv'nors Boxing Club on May 6, 2021.

At Signal Hill’s first coffee roaster, fair trade comes close to home (2021)
A new story that I took pictures for of the only coffee roaster in the city of Signal Hill.

Link to At Signal Hill’s first coffee roaster, fair trade comes close to home

The Line Between Cities (2019)
A multimedia piece with photos on a map of the reopening of the A Line that goes from downtown Long Beach to downtown Los Angeles.

Link to The Line Between Cities