I've photographed thouands of faces since the late 80's, each with a story to tell. My work spans four decades and has evolved with the tides of life. As a new phase begins, perception alters, and thus your art emerges as if from an entirely new place. I've been a child, a student, a slut, a bride, a mother, a lady, a victim, and a survivor...but I've always been a photographer.

What exactly does that mean? 

It means that I see the world in a completely different way than most people... Your eyes reach me more deeply, a hint of a smile is something fleeting and mysterious, the tears of a child stain my heart with beauty as they paint their cheeks.

What's your story? What do you want to tell the world with your photographs? Allow me to breathe life into your images.

Robin Johnson