Derry Moore, the 12th Earl of Drogheda is British photographer, known for his architectural and portrait photography, who studied under Oskar Kokoshka and Bill Brandt.
Rooms was published by Rizzoli New York in November 2006. It is the culmination of Moore's collaboration with Joseph Holtzman, the founding editor in chief and art director of the celebrated and controversial magazine Nest. It features a collection of spectacular interiors photographed by Moore, ranging from Charleston, the famed haunt of the Bloomsbury group, to India's Falaknuma Palace, Paulin de Rothschild's London residence, and Chatsworth Hall, Derbyshire a grand English country house.
Rooms is featured in Edition: Rizzoli: New York