Rob is a multi-award-winning photographer, journalist and educator based in London, England.
His work focuses on producing social documentary projects about communities and regions that are shaped by migration and borders. Rob's work combines environmental portraiture and landscape reportage, and is often produced in collaboration with writers, sociologists, activists and charities.
With an MA in Documentary Photography & Photojournalism from London College of Communication, his work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Times, Vanity Fair and more. He is a two-times winner of the Magenta Foundation Flash Foward Award, the Times / Canon Young Photographer of the Year and the Magnum Photos 30 under 30 Award.
Rob has coauthored several publications including Tilbury (2018), Removal: A Short Guide to the United Kingdom's Immigration Detention Estate (2016) and most recently, What Does a Jew Look Like (2022), a collection of portraits and interviews showcasing the diversity of Britain's Jewish population, was published by Five Leaves Books in collaboration with Keith Kahn-Harris.
Rob also holds a BSC. in Mathematics from the University of Leeds and PGCE in Secondary Education from Kingston University.