About Rita

Rita Robinson, photographer and author of 11 traditionally published books, and numerous magazine articles believes that taking part in any of the arts helps people answer their questions about life.

A quote from Walker Evans given in 1933 at the first one-man photographic exhibition by the new Museum of Modern Art speaks of a writer’s life. “Stare, pry, listen, and eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long.”  Also, Einstein said  “question everything.”

Robinson’s current work, “Tell it Now: Why Take it to the Grave?” is with an agent.

Robinson lives with her husband, Andy Campbell, in Fawnskin, California, a mountain community on the North Shore of Big Bear Lake. Andy, an artist and writer, works at Fawnskin Art.