Q+A with photographer E Brady Robinson

Q+A with photographer E Brady Robinson

In this episode of the Truth in this Art podcast, host Rob Lee sits down with E. Brady Robinson, a Baltimore-based Creative Director, Designer, and Photographer. Robinson shares how she divides her time between personal art projects and commissioned work, providing valuable insights into the creative process and the challenges of balancing artistic vision with commercial demands.

Listeners will learn about Robinson's photography career, which includes features in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, Channel One Russia TV, and Slate.com, among others. She has also produced a documentary called Art Desks, which was published by Daylight Books and distributed by ARTBOOK D.A.P, with an essay by Andy Grundberg.

Robinson's commercial clients include major brands such as Under Armour, Google, and Barneys New York, and she has taught at several institutions including the University of Central Florida, Georgetown University, and the Corcoran College of Art + Design. She leads photography workshops throughout the United States and gives seminars on publishing photo books, fundraising for art projects, and branding/social media strategies for artists.

During the interview, Robinson shares her experiences as a photographer and professor, providing valuable insights into the world of fine art and commercial photography. Listeners will also learn about her background, including her education at The Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland and her MFA in photography from Cranbrook Art Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

This interview is a must-listen for anyone interested in photography, art, or creative entrepreneurship. Robinson's wealth of experience and knowledge will inspire and inform anyone looking to pursue a career in the creative arts.

This interview is part of a month-long celebration of National Photo Month where we highlight the stories of Photographers, Photojournalists and other creatives where photography is part of their creative work. National Photo Month is celebrated each year during May by professional and amateur photographers, and even selfie lovers. The entire month is dedicated to learning the history of photography, mastering its many techniques and skills, and researching which camera is best to invest in. Today, anyone can be considered a photographer in the sense that we constantly take photos of things and people around us. Portable cameras and smartphones have made it easier to click and store photographs on the go. National Photo Month is for everyone who has ever clicked a photo. Share your favorite photos and get your friends to do the same.

National Photo Month

This episode of The Truth In This Art is part of National Photo Month, which is celebrated every May by professional and amateur photographers alike, as well as selfie enthusiasts. During this month-long celebration, people dedicate themselves to learning about the rich history of photography, honing their skills and techniques, and researching which cameras to invest in.

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The Truth In This Art is an interview series featuring artists, entrepreneurs and tastemakers in & around Baltimore.