Robin explores social and environmental issues using video and digital media. From 2013-2016, she was a videographer for the International Institute for Sustainable Development Reporting Services, where she reported on environment and development stories, including United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations. She was IISD RS's Video Team Leader (and a videographer + editor) at the 2015 Paris Climate Talks, where she and her colleagues produced more than 30 short videos over the course of the conference.
As a freelance video producer, her clients have included the Louis Armstrong House Museum, NYC Department of Transportation, The Better Bike Share Partnership, and the Institute for Transportation Development and Policy.
From 2008 to 2013 she was an Associate Producer for Streetfilms, producing short videos at the intersections of urban planning, transportation, and civic engagement, and implementing and managing innovative web features. From 2015-2019, she was the Communications Manager at Bike New York.
Currently, she is pursuing an MFA in Integrated Media Arts at Hunter College and is a Lab Instructor for an undergraduate production class, Film and Media in a Digital Age.
Her work has been featured on The Atlantic, Upworthy, MoMA.org, Grist, CityLab, Momentum Magazine, Next City, Huffington Post, and on dozens of other digital publications. Her videos have screened at MASSMoCA, The Brooklyn Museum, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center and in classrooms and community spaces across the country.
She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
(Robin does not usually speak in the third person.)