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 xRobin Blair Riley’s passion for photography began when she was given a Kodak Instamatic for her 12th birthday. She began shooting landscape scenes of her Kentucky ponds and woods with enthusiasm - imagining she was Ansel Adams in Yellowstone with an 8x10 view camera and glass plates. 

Robin went on to study photography at University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Art, Architecture and, upon earning an MFA, she moved to New York City to pursue a professional career. She quickly climbed the ranks, assisting on wonderfully adventurous and diverse shoots  -  from loading Hasselblad film backs while riding on speeding snowmobiles for LLBean, to digging into pies destined to grace the cover of Bon Appetit.

While working as a photo assistant, Robin continued shooting her own fine art, processing the film in her Hell’s Kitchen bathtub. The resulting portfolio led to assignments shooting travel, food, gardens and portraits. Over the next decade, Robin shot in 30+ countries and was published in magazines, books, and other media sources around the world, including Travel & Leisure and the Wall Street Journal.
Robin has found that completely immersing herself into a scene that inspires her, and then waiting patiently for the light & the perfect moment allows her to create an image that draws the viewer in, tells a story and captures a mood. She enjoys shooting with antique cameras and playing with non traditional photography techniques that create an antique, timeless quality. She also loves to collage and paint with inks on images. Her work is in numerous corporate, celebrity and private collections as well as in the United States Library of Congress. 

Clients include Canon USA, New York Public Library, Apartment Therapy, Time Out New York, Martha Stewart, Sundance Film Festival, Travel Holiday, Travel and Leisure, Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel, Proctor & Gamble, Garden Design Magazine, Booking.com, Food Arts Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, United/Continental Airlines, Aerosoles, Reebok, Sherman's Travel, Qantas Airlines, Intercontinental Hotels, Sam Adams Boston Brewery, The City of New York, Elle Decor, Departures and many others.

All prints and frames are made to the highest standards available and are meant to last a lifetime. 

A percentage of each purchase is donated to The Humane Society International.  

Any unauthorized reproduction or licensing of these photographs is in violation of U.S. and international copyright law.