Robb Hill has been a freelance photographer for over 20 years. His editorial work has been published in magazines ranging from National Geographic Traveler to Boy’s Life and his commercial clients include Habitat for Humanity, Humana, and Citibank.
Robb’s personal work focuses on how people create identity from the land around them and his project HomeLands has been featured in The New York Times Lens blog, NPR’s Picture Show, and Lenscratch. He has won grants from the Illinois Arts Council, the Puffin Foundation, and the City of Chicago, and he is a Guild member of visura. His website is www.robbhill.com.