.e brady robinson

E. Brady Robinson is a photographer based in Baltimore. She divides her time between personal art projects and commissioned work. Her documentary Art Desks was  published by Daylight Books with essay by Andy Grundberg and distributed by ARTBOOK D.A.P. Her photographs have been featured in The Washington Post, Channel One Russia TV, The Bund Shanghai, AirTran GO Magazine, PDN Photo of the Day, Featureshoot, Slate.com among others. Commissioned work includes: Barneys New York, Domino Magazine, Google and Congressman Xavier Becerra, She received her BFA in photography from The Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland and her MFA in photography from Cranbrook Art Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Her photographs have been exhibition nationally at the Orlando Museum of Art, Katzen Art Center at American University and Art Miami. Select collections include: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Orlando Museum of Art and Spanish Cultural Center, Santo Somingo, DR. 

Artist Resume


E. Brady Robinson



Cranbrook Academy of Art, Sept 94-May 96 

Bloomfield Hills, MI. MFA in photography 

Maryland Institute, College of Art, June 90-Dec 92 

Baltimore, MD BFA in photography Deans List GPA: 3.8 


Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington, DC 2014 – Currently 

Amstel Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and New York, NY 2015 – Currently 

Heineman Myers Contemporary Art, Bethesda, MD 2008-2009 



• E. Brady Robinson: Art Desks, Addison/Ripley Fine Art during FotoWeekDC 


• E. Brady Robinson: Sneak Peek, FotoDC, Washington, DC 


• E. Brady Robinson: Transfer, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, FL 


• E. Brady Robinson: Scenes from Jesusland, Orlando Museum of Art, FL 

• Scenes from Jesusland, OCC Photography Gallery, Costa Mesa, CA 


• Solo Exhibit, Gallery 500, Center for Emerging Media, Orlando FL 

• Solo Exhibit, Heineman Myers Contemporary Art, Bethesda, MD 


• El Super, Solo Exhibit, Corcoran College of Art + Design, WDC 


• Shift, curated by Chan Chao, Flashpoint Gallery, Washington DC 



• CONTEXT Miami 2015 with Amstel Gallery, Miami Beach, FL 


• Dali Photo Festival, Yunnan, China 


• American Life curated by Yan Li, Shiajinang Museum, China 


• (e)merge art fair. Select work available with Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC 

• 2011 Lishui Photography Festival, China curated by Larissa Leclair 


• Art of Uncertainty 2009, Estampas Las Mercedes Gallery, Santo Domingo, DR curated by Charo Oquet 


• Art of Uncertainty 2008, Spanish Cultural Center, Santo Domingo, DR curated by Charo Oquet 

• Art Now Miami 2008, Represented by Heineman Myers Contemporary Art 


• ZONES Contemporary Art Fair Miami 2007, Curated by Charo Oquet 



• Best of 2016 Baltimore City Paper Photography, Area 405 Baltimore, MD 


• Uncover/Discover, FotoWeekCentral, FotoweekDC 

• The Real World, curated by Leslie Murrell, Gallery 500x, Dallas, Texas 


• Remote, Group Photography Exhibition, Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC 

• Emerging Artist Exhibit & Auction, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York, NY 


• ENCORE, Edge Zones 2008, E. Brady Robinson + Carola Dreidemie, Miami, FL 

• Faux/Real, FotoWeek DC, Heineman Myers Contemporary Art, Bethesda, MD 

• FlashFORWARD, curated by Flashpoint Gallery Advisory Committee, CuDC Washington, DC 

• Civilians For Obama, curated by Jayme McLellan, Civilian Art Projects, DC 

• Gloss Menagerie; Florida Photographers, Atlantic Center for the Arts Harris House Gallery, New Smyrna, FL 

• PhotoCentric, curated by George Blakely, Florida State Museum, Tallahasee, FL. 


• Joyce Elaine Photography Exhibition, Texas Women’s University Denton TX juried by Blake Fitch. 

• Mixed Meanings/Hidden Messages curated by Paul Bright. 

Selections from the Wake Forest University Collections, WFU Art Gallery, Winston-Salem NC. 


• Rate of Exchange: Ken Ashton, Chan Chao & E. Brady Robinson. Strand on Volta Gallery, DC 


Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL 

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC 

Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 

CulturalDC, Washington, DC 

Centro Cultural de España, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana 



• Robinson, E. Brady “Art Desks” Daylight Books, Fall 2014 

• Oquet, Charo, “Supermix, Union of the Diverse Contemporary Art Miami” Edge Zones Press, Miami.11/08 Featuring select photographs from E. Brady Robinson: Shift 

TV Broadcast: 

• "Desks as Portraits: An Inside Look at The DC Art World" featured on Channel One Russia TV http://www.1tv.ru/news/world/187571 

Art Reviews: 

• Boyle, Katherine, “For Photographer E. Brady Robinson, the stuff on desks is the stuff of 

portraits” The Washington 

Post, 9/2/2011 

• Zhang, Shana, “Desks as Portraits”, The Bund, Shanghai, China, 9/2011 

• O’Sullivan, Michael, “Civilian Art Project's 'Noelle K. Tan – The America Project: utopia and Remote” 

*Art Critics Pick, Opening of the Week, Washington Post, 10/29/ 2010 

• Padua, Pat “Noelle K. Tan's Utopia @ Civilian Art Projects”, DCist, 11/3/2010 

• Jacobson, Louis, “Fotoweek: Remote at Civilian Art Projects.” Washington City Paper, 11/8/2010 

• Cespedes, Will, “Tales of the Bible and the Mall”, The Coast Report, 10/20/2010 

• Dawson, Jessica, “One Hour Photo at the Katzen Center”, The Washington Post, 5/7/2010 

• O’Sullivan, Michael, “Blurring the Lines Between Art & Truth” Washington Post. 8/7/09 

• Cutler, Jody, “Jesus Christ Superstar”, exhibition review, Afterimage, Vol. 36, No. 4, 2009 

• Oquet, Charo, “Arte de incertidumbre en el Museo de Arte Moderno”. Hoy. 6/17/2008 

• Lopez Melendez, Amable, “Arte de Incertidumbre”. Hoy. 6/20/2008. 

• Rand, Kelly. “Shift @ Flashpoint”. dcist. 9/11/2007 

• Capps, Kriston. “Sight Scene”. DC Express. 9/6/2007 

• Capps, Kriston. “E. Brady Robinson: Shift”. Washington City Paper. 9/6/2007 

• Dawson, Jessica. “Seeing the World, Obscuring the Self”. Washington Post. 9/12/2007 

• Dawson, Jessica. “Two New Group Shows.” The Washington Post. Thursday, Aug. 4, 2005. 

• Jacobson, Louis, “Ken Ashton, Chan Chao & E. Brady Robinson.” Washington City Paper, July 29, 2005 

• Jacobson, Louis, “Silhouettes: Photographs by E. Brady Robinson.” Washington City Paper, March 19, 2004 

• Murray-Winters, Pamela, “Dysfunction Junction.” Washington City Paper, September 6, 2002 

• Dawson, Jessica, “Family Therapy: Form Follows Dysfunction” Washington Post, September 19, 2002 

• Palmer, Sarah. “Family Pain Examined Through Art.” The Hoya. Friday, September 20, 2002 


Executive Chair of the Board, FotoDC 2014 – Currently 

FotoWeekDC, Washington, DC 

Photographer, 1996- currently 

Select Clients Include: Barney’s New York, VICE Columbia, Baltimore City Paper, Google, Domino Magazine, Quinn Evans Architects, Washingtonian Magazine, CulturalDC, National Democratic Finance Committee, Congressman Xavier Becerra, Aspen Magazine, Aspen Art Museum, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Louis Berger Group, Sorg Architects 


  • • Associate Professor, School of Visual Arts and Design, UCF Orlando, FL, 2010 – 2014 


Assistant Professor, UCF Art Department, 2005 – 2010 

Program Coordinator, UCF MFA in Studio Art and The Computer Program, 2008 – 2010 

Assistant Chair, University of Central Florida Art Department, Orlando, FL 2008 – 2009 

  • • Faculty, Professor of Photography 


Purchase College Study Abroad, Hyeres FRANCE, (Cote Azur) Summer 2005 

  • • Visiting Assistant Professor of Art 


Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC Jan.-June 2005 

  • • Faculty, Professor of Photography 


University of Georgia Study Abroad Cortona, ITALY Aug.-Nov. 2004 

  • • George Washington University, Washington, DC Jan. 03-May 2004 


  • • Georgetown University, Washington, DC Aug. 00-May 2004 


  • • The Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, DC Jan. 00-May 2004 



Member, Advisory Board, SNAP! Orlando, 2011 – Currently 

Orlando’s 1st Int’l Photography Festival, Produced by Patrick Kahn and Hossein Farman 

Contributing Writer, 2009 – currently 

Professional Artist Magazine (Art Calendar | The Business Magazine for Visual Artists), Orlando FL 

Member, MICA Alumni Council, 2010 – 2016 

Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD 

Exhibitions Consultant, 2009 – 2015 

New Works Gallery, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL 


  • • Grand Prize Winner, $10,000 RMB, American Life Exhibition, 2011 Lishui Photography Festival, China 
  • • 2007 BB&T of DC Exhibition Grant $7,50, Flashpoint Gallery, DC 
  • • Artist Enhancement Grant 2007, $1,000 from Florida Department of State, Cultural Affairs, Tallahassee, FL 
  • • Professional Development Grant $1,124 United Arts Central Florida, Orlando, FL 
  • • Faculty Grant 2004, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC