Thomas Robinson-Cox has been a photography buff since childhood, pursuing early interests through photo clubs, contests, school newspapers and year book photography. He studied photography at MIT with professors Minor White, Dr. Harold Edgerton, George Thomas, and Ron MacNeil. He has authored numerous photojournalism articles for Multihulls Magazine, and has been published in Sail. An artist member of the Rockport, Newburyport, and Cambridge Art Associations, his award-winning work is exhibited in juried competitions and in one man shows on Cape Ann.
“My work reflects the energy and beauty I see in everyday life. My photographs focus variously on people, place, and nature, often combining all these elements in a single frame. I use the viewfinder to isolate those aspects I find compelling as I strive to record the interplay of light and form to share with the viewer the same excitement and power of life that I feel.”