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.

In 2016 I had my first photo exhibit entitled "sur/real new york" during the months of July and August at Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor in Greenwich Village here in New York City. 

In July 2017 my photo "Ocho Rios Boy" was named one of four winners in the Grow Juried Group Show, which appeared at Art House NYC. My photography has also been featured by and

In 2018 I had another exhibit of my photography, entitled Images from the White Continent at Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor. These photos were selected from my trip to Antarctica in late 2016. They were on display at both locations of Arts & Crafts in Manhattan for April/May and June/July, respectively.

I have also been working on an extended project, featuring images captured outside of Trump Tower, since Donald Trump was elected President in November, 2017. A selection of those photos can be found here and in several photo essays on 

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Photography Projects

For more of my photography, visit my flickr site or follow me on Instagram. My photo project New York City Corners focuses on scenes from New York's street corners, their people and art. You can also like it on Facebook. I also post photography to This Is New York.