Australian photographer Rob Gubiani has travelled extensively and spent more than 10 years overseas. He developed his passion for photography while travelling and ultimately found his voice in wildlife and landscape photography. Rob’s creativity, personal values and identity shine through his work.
As such, his photographs highlight the value and beauty of natural landscapes and animal life. Through his photography, he hopes to encourage education, awareness and conservation of wild areas and animal life. His photographs often bring awareness of the modern-day tension between society and the environment by juxtaposing and contextualising.
Rob’s points of departure are two sides of the same coin. He either seeks to capture ‘new perspectives’ intended to provoke thought or ‘a moment in time and space’ to photograph the essence of what our environment means to us. He enjoys working with light, natural shapes and texture.
Rob’s work was published in National Geographic in 2015 and his photos have appeared in a number of magazines, newspapers, advertisements, journals and online. Highlights include being invited to participate in several international exhibitions and seeing publications in Acclaim Magazine, Tasmania 40 Degrees South Magazine, to mention a few.
Gubiani has undertaken work for the Tasmanian Government of Australia, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi’s Environment Agency and Canada’s British Columbian Tourism Victoria. Rob’s photos have also appeared in Abu Dhabi’s The National newspaper multiple time and he has done work for private businesses and clients.