Julia Robinson

Independent Photojournalist and Photo Editor

Julia Robinson is an independent photojournalist and photo editor based in Austin, Texas. She began as a staff photographer for large metropolitan dailies and small-town newspapers across the US covering everything from house fires to professional sports. She returned to her hometown in 2009 and covers the great state of Texas for clients including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Editing clients include the New York Times, the WWE, the Texas Tribune, and Nike.


Julia serves as the Southern regional chair for the National Press Photographer’s Association and is the founder of Austin Photo Night and the ATXSquared project. She has been honored with recognition from Pictures of the Year International, NPPA's Best of Photojournalism, the Missouri Press Association, and the Associated Press.


Additional clients include USAToday, Wired, VICE, The Dallas Morning News, The Chronicle of Higher Education, EducationWeek, Vox Media, NPR, Texas Highways Magazine, The Texas Observer, the University of Texas, and various non-profits.


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Julia Robinson