Robbie Lawrence is a Scottish photographer, based between London and Berlin, who both pursues personal projects and works as a freelance photographer, mainly for news and magazines. His work is both sensitive and documentary; having worked as a photo editor early in his career, he indicates « I try to a make a photograph that, in that particular moment, tells as much of a story as possible. »
Robbie studied painting and recognizes the Dutch Masters and the Fauvists as references and influences in his photography work. (see "It's Nice That" interview.)
In 2019, he publishes "Blackwater River" withStanley / Barker, a journey and encounters on the American Atlantic coast, between South Carolina and Georgia.
© Portrait taken from another interview on the FvF website (Freunden von Freunden)
Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " On a map of the south-eastern U.S., the 245-mile Ogeechee River cuts a diagonal path across Eastern Georgia before curling south of the city of Savannah and emptying into the Atlantic Ocean. It is known locally as Blackwater River for its slow moving waters that are like black glass, reflecting the sky and flora...