Robert Stribley

I'm an Associate Experience Director at Razorfish in New York City. I have over a dozen years experience as both an information architect and content strategist. I also teach an Introduction to Information Architecture & Design workshop at the School of Visual Arts. This year, I presented at SXSW for the first time, about which Scatter/Gather interviewed me.

My writing has been featured in publications, such as Skyscraper, Make, Pixelsurgeon, Creative Loafing, The Charleston Post-Courier and The Korea Tribune. I'm a regular contributor to Scatter/Gather, Razorfish's content strategy blog. 

Please, reach out if you'd like to get to know me better.

New York City Corners

Some highlights from my photo project New York City Corners, which focuses on scenes from New York's street corners, their people and art. Many of these photos have a journalist edge and were taken during notable events such as Occupy Wall Street, Blacks Loves Matter, and after the East Village explosion and Hurricane Sandy. You can like the project on Facebook or follow it on Twitter.  I also post photography to This Is New York.

Broadway & Liberty, Zucotti Park, during Occupy Wall Street

Emerald & Dumont Streets, The Hole

55th & 6th Avenue 

46th & 12th Avenue 

Mulberry & Grand, SW Corner

Bowery & Houston

Jim Conlon Way & New York Ave, Post-Sandy

W. Park Ave & Laurelton Blvd, Post-Sandy clean-up

Neal Figueroa, brother of Nicholas Figueroa, missing after the East Village fire. His brother's remains were found shortly afterwards. 

Corner of 2nd Avenue & St. Marks, Sunday, March 29, 2015

7th & 2nd, after the East Village gas explosion

11th & 37th 

4th Ave & Astor Place 

1st St & 2nd Ave