A Sense of Place is a collaboration between the artist and photographer Fiona D’Alessandro. This body of photographic work details the connections between people and place in regional NSW.
Robyn lives in a small rural town in NSW, near Tumut, where her photographic work is divided between personal projects and being an educator. She is working on several bodies of work relating to a sense of place, connections with land, as well as the notion of self-image and representations of beauty.
She has undertaken a Churchill Fellowship, investigating the impact that photography can have on the educational outcomes and community involvement of youth at risk in both urban and regional areas.