Robin Moyer is an American documentary photographer who has been based in New York, Washington DC and Hong Kong. For the past 45 years he has worked on assignment for prestigious magazines and newspapers worldwide.
Moyer was Time Magazine’s chief contract photographer in Asia for nearly 20 years, carrying out assignments across Asia and the Middle East that afforded him the wherewithal to witness and indulge his own vision, interspersed by breaking news and conflicts around the world. Moyer also worked on assignment for many other publications: Fortune, Life, Newsweek, Vanity Fair, Elle, Stern, The Sunday Times and more.
His images are moments out of time. Hand-crafted by Moyer, his platinum prints have a subtle wide tonal range.
During his days at Time, as well as producing 20 covers for the magazine, Moyer received a number of prestigious awards, among them: The World Press Photo Premier Award in 1983 and the Robert Capa Gold Medal Citation from the Overseas Press Club, both for work during the War in Lebanon. Moyer’s work resides in private collections all over the world.