Andrew Robinson is a photographer, artist and educator whose art practice investigates expressions of identity through a visual anthropology of people, place, and trace applying creative strategies that integrate still and moving imagery with text, audio, and found materials.
Research interests include: the visual representation of vernacular English custom and tradition; the folklore, myth and legend associated with photographs and photographers; and photography in print and archive. Recent work has explored subjects as diverse as The Crimean War; Lover’s Leap Legends; English Calendar Customs; A.I Generated Imagery, and the Calvine UFO.
Andrew holds a full time post as Senior Lecturer in Photography at Sheffield Hallam University, teaching on BA (Hons) Photography and MA Photography.
He is a founder member of the Centre for Contemporary Legend the Walking Arts Research Group, and the Northern Light Research Group all at Sheffield Hallam University and is the creator and curator of the online photobook resource Photobibliophile.
Andrew’s work has been published and exhibited widely and he has undertaken art commissions and residences in a range of contexts including art, education, health and social research.
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