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About Lindsay Robertson'


Lindsay is an award winning artist having won
the coveted Crown Fine Art Award for
Photography at The National Open Art
Competition 2013.

His work has featured in many International
Magazines
. Exhibited in the USA at the Arsenal Gallery New York, the Kentucky Derby and in
Florida. Also at the Royal Scottish Academy
and the Royal College of Art London, with work
recently auctioned at Sotheby's New York and
showcased on BBC TV.

Lindsay was the first
photographer to be
offered a residency at the prestigeous
Hermitage artist retreat in Florida, The only
'by invitation' artists retreat in America.
During the residency his art came to the
attention of the George Eastman House, the
Worlds pre-eminent Museum of Photography.

Subsequently, Lindsay was given the
opportunity
to bring the Museums Ansel Adams collection
to Scotland, and stage a joint exhibition
alongside this iconic Master Photographer.
Becoming the only Photographer ever to have
been awarded such a privilage by the renowned
Museum.

The Concept

This latest stunning portfolio of images by
Lindsay Robertson, comprises
photographs of endangered mammals
captured within his custom made portable
studio set. This project was conceived
following on from his successful Equine
Series.

Seeking to challenge the concept of animal
'portraiture' further, he set out to achieve a
series of animal portraits that challenges
our perception, as to how an animals
surrounding environment can communicate
and question our appreciation and
thoughts towards it.

The starkness and scale of the
background, places the animals within a
perspective which seems surreal. Coupled
with skilful lighting, Lindsay strives to
portray these amazing animals as never
before seen, thus enabling and inspiring us
to study and appreciate the detail, textures
and character of the animals.

A Basic Slide Show