Robin Pope's photography began in 2011 after a visit to New York City where he found inspiration from a fellow Mobile Photographer. Taking his new found inspiration Robin decided that the iPhone was the preferred camera to capture the perfect candid street moments whilst enabling him to discreetly capture people and situations.
Since 2011 Robin's images have been featured on various blogs and in 2011 his work was exhibited for the first time when an image he took at the Glastonbury Music and Arts Festival in the UK was selected for Music Loves Summer by The Guardian and Observer newspaper.
In early 2012 Robin became photo editor for Volume Magazine a London-based printed and online bi-annual publication that promotes individual talent across the arts, writing and music. This has given Robin the opportunity to shoot music festivals, gigs, people and places and also edit and curate the work of other photographers for publication. Equally this has opened up the opportunity to work with various other publications including DIY Mag.
Represented by Retna, NurPhoto, Empics Entertainment and Frozen in Motion Robin's work has been featured in the Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Mirror, Metro, The Guardian and The Daily Star to name a few.
2017 Robin had the opportunity to photograph a London football club for the local News Paper. This had led to shooting more matches and being respresented by Pro Sports Images. Robin's sports photography has been featured in The Sun Online, The Guardian Saturday Sports Suppliment and The Football League Paper.