Jeffrey Robins is a storyteller.
He creates narratives which explore the emotional, cultural, and spiritual undertones of contemporary life. Using sequences of images layered with meaning and text he explores the nuances of the human condition.
Robins’ subtle metaphors are often created through careful investigation of the subject’s surroundings; preferring sincerity over idealism in his work.
His practice is rooted in the empathetic investigations of Alec Soth, the prose portraits of Duane Michals, and the self referential portrayals of America by Robert Frank and Lee Friedlander.