Born in Texas, Robb Kendrick captures haunting, socially provocative, and beautiful images in 65 countries and all seven continents. Kendrick works six months of the year for National Geographic magazine, and spends the remainder of his time shooting editorial assignments for such publications as Life, Sports Illustrated, Audubon, and Smithsonian as well as photographing advertising and corporate and book projects.
His photographs have been honored in
Communication Arts and the National Press Photographers Associationís
The Best of Photojournalism annual. The Eddie Bauer advertising campaign he shot was nominated for a Kelly Award. Pull out
issues of National Geographic to enjoy his work in Perfume (October 1998), Global Food Supply (October 1998) Sumo Wrestling (July 1997), a cover story on the state of global fishing (November 1995), the cultural significance of rice (May 1994), the restoration of a historic base in Antarctica (March 1993) and the Sherpas of the Himalayas (December 1992).
Shown above are photographs from
Senegal, Nepal, Guatemala, Izumo, Japan, Madagascar, and Texas. Robb
Kendrick was first honored as a VisitWimberley.com
featured artist in 1999.
Visit Robb's website to see what he has been up to over the past 5 years..