Grab a cup of joe and sit a spell, check out Robyn's work and you'll see her number one photography goal:
TO BRING MUSIC TO YOUR EYES!
As a matter of fact, if it didn't sound so scientific, she would have named Pix by Robyn "Zygomatic"- which is, simply put, when the real smile reaches your eyes. That one word sums up what you get when you work with Robyn. Whether you are six months old or sixty years old, she is guaranteed to make you look natural, relaxed and happy in your pictures. To be honest, six month olds cry during shoots too, but usually that's someone else's fault!
Robyn is a lifelong resident of Wilson County, Tennessee. She is an animal lover who is currently trying to edit her last shoots with a new kitten thinking her typing fingers are toys.
Her daddy taught her a passion for making people laugh and built her her first darkroom in the basement in high school. She is constantly improving her game with professional photographer mentors and new techniques so everyone she shoots isn't leaning back against a brick wall- so 2012! After many shoots with musicians in Nashville and their children, she will tell you that their art isn't just having a good instrument and her art isn't just having a good camera. She aims to give you a one of a kind experience and to turn you into a sneezer that keeps you and your friends coming back for a lifetime. It's kind of a selfish goal really- she wants to see all of your babies grow up to be seniors and then adults with professions and families of their own.
Her son, Kamron, is also part of the business as he is learning photography (while not smashing into other 12 year olds on the soccer field), and is even the photographer of her bio shots. Her daughter, Ella, is always a willing model for new lighting and camera angles and photo shoot ideas when she isn't busy playing volleyball for the Wildcats.
And her husband, Chris, is up for the challenge of running the kiddos to practice when Robyn isn't shooting, editing or planning their next adventure. In his spare time, he is a hero for the Metro Police Department. Bless his heart!
Leave her a message at the contact form and she will get back to you as soon as the horse, the dog, and the cat are fed and photographed.