Lucie Robinson

Lucie Robinson (born 1978) is a portrait, art and fashion photographer.

Robinson was born in Jablonec nad Nisou in the former Czechoslovakia into a family with roots in Austria and Imperial Russia. She studied joaillerie in her hometown and design at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design (VSUP) in Prague. In 1996 she launched a career as a commercial model, moving to Paris in 1998.

She had received formal education covering artistic techniques, but concentrated on the medium of photography and by early 2000s established herself as a portrait and fashion photographer. She photographed many celebrities and top models including a 2009 publicity campaign for Louis Vuitton featuring Paulina Porizkova, Milos Forman and Helena Houdova. Her portraits and fashion editorials have been published by Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire,Vision (China), Wig (UK) and further fashion and lifestyle magazines in Europe and in Asia. However, Robinson’s uncredited work appeared also in commercial advertisement campaigns for industrial clients like Cadbury, Orange Mobile, T-Mobile and Procter & Gamble.

Her work has won various prizes, including the 2006 Cannes Fashion Photography Festival and three consecutive wins (2007–2009) of the Schwarzkopf Press Awards. In 2008, a solo exhibition of her work on fashion and architecture was staged in the New York Museum of Arts and Design. (Wikipedia).

AWARDS:

Olmeca Tequila – Golden Hammer 2005 Winners Print & Outdoor / Foodstuffs, beverages, food for animals and pets
Festival international de mode et de photographie v Cannes (2006) – winner
Winner of Czech Fashion Photo 2007 – photographic essay Czechoslovakia in Communism
Schwarzkopf Press Award (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) – winner
Schwarzkopf Hairdressing Awards (2008) – winner: Women category, Czech and Slovak Republic
Schwarzkopf Hairdressing Awards (2009) – winner