Robert LeBlanc is a documentary photographer who sees the world through a different lens.  He has captured the grittiness of the world, and the results are gaining attention in the world of photography.

His work has been shown in Greece, Seattle and Los Angeles, and has been included or discussed in numerous magazines, both online and in print.

His book Unlawful Conduct, which pre sold out to 8 countries, has been carried in leading art bookstores, including MoMA PS1, the Frye Art Museum, Arcana Book Store, So Books, and Boekhandel Dominicanen, and in high-end fashion stores, including Totokaelo and Need Supply Company.

In a period of 5 years, Robert has travelled the world, taking pictures and in the process trying to capture captivating stories in the shadows of human society. Wherever he goes—Los Angeles, Seattle, Montana, New York, Japan, Poland, Germany, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic—he  ventures into the parts of a city or a country less traveled.  Robert's photojournalism is all about grittiness and authenticity.

Robert now resides on the West Coast, he looks forward to telling more stories with his camera, continuing to be a witness to what's happening in our dark corners of the world today.


Circa 1989

Circa 1989