Cotton Gin, Helena, Arkansas, 1999 pigment print from 8 x 10 negative drum scan image 14 x 11
Robbie McClaran (b.1955) is a
documentary photographer based in Portland Oregon. His work focuses on
the American people and landscape. Robbie began his study in
photography in 1975 at the Center for Photographic Studies with C.J.
Pressma, and continued at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester NY,
where he studied with Nathan Lyons. His commissioned work has appeared
in The New York Times Magazine, Time, Smithsonian, Esquire, Rolling
Stone, Sports Illustrated, Bloomberg and Forbes. The prints from his
controversial 1996 book project, Angry White Men,
are in the permanent collection of the University of Oregon. His
personal work has been featured in Plazm, Photo District News, The
Photo Review, ID Design, and has been recognized by the American
Institute of Graphic Arts, American Photography, and Communication
Arts. Robbie is represented by Redux Pictures.