Gabrielle Robinson is a New York City native, who longs to explore the natural world she has seen photographs of since childhood. Growing up in a metropolitan city has sheltered her within an urban bubble which had her constantly dreaming of endless terrains of rural America. Shortly after a camping trip at the Columbia River Gorge, she became eager to spend every opportunity she received to explore and capture the pristine wilderness around her. When she returned from her trip, she realized that capturing the organic shapes of rocks towering above was something she would dedicate her career to. Her devotion to landscape photography has led to many accolades including being exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art four times, at the Celestron Telescopes Head Quarters, Drexel University, Industry City in Brooklyn, NY, in the Tweed Courthouse, and gifted a photograph to comedienne Sarah Silverman on behalf of Arts Connection, just to name a few. She continues to take photographs with the intent to show people her vision of our earth and its beauty. Gabrielle hopes that her viewers can begin to not only see the world through her lens, but to hear, touch and smell it as well.