Terry Richardson (born 1965) is an American fashion photographer.
Richardson has shot advertisements for fashion designers, including Gucci, Levi's, Miu Miu, Eres, Tommy Hilfiger, Club Monaco, Supreme, Hugo Boss, Anna Molinari, Stussy, Baby Phat, Jigsaw, Costume National, Hysteric Glamour, Matsuda, and Sisley. Richardson has also shot editorial photographs for a Vogue, Exit Magazine Vice, Harper's Bazaar, Penthouse, The Face, GQ and Sports Illustrated.
 Richardson's photo books include, Hysteric Glamour, 1998; Son of Bob, 1999; Feared by Men Desired by Women, 2000; Too Much, 2001, Terryworld and Kibosh, both released in 2004. Richardson is a notable exponent of the snapshot aesthetic alongside other contemporary photographers such as Nan Goldin, Wolfgang Tillmans, Juergen Teller, Diana Scheunemann and Martin Parr. Richardson's photographs are often to some extent autobiographical and frequently graphically depict sexual subject matter
. A collection of Richardson's photography has recently been released by Taschen  . More recently he has begun directing music videos, e.g. Young Love's Find a New Way.