About Heath

It was a love of photography that inspired Heath Robbins to leave his job as an agency executive and travel the world with a camera in hand. More than twenty years later, it is his love for food, people, and making pictures, that continues to fuel his commercial photography career with focus and passion. For every client and for every shoot, Heath sets out to capture moments, tastes, and emotions that pull people out of their everyday, and straight into the moments that he creates.


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Entries in heath robbins photography (12)

Celebration.........all around

A special gathering of friends, clients, peers and co-workers to celebrate the ebb and flow of the studio.  Kristin is moving on to a new frontier (literally) down in Texas and Sharon has stepped back into Massachusettes and will be managing and producing for the studio.  It's all pretty exciting stuff and it was a nice Summer evening sharing stories over some drinks and apps, catching up on news and life.  Thanks to all who were able to come by and to those that didn't make it ~ no worries, another cocktail party can't be too far away!

A touch of homemade goodness




A special little place, The Vermont Creamery, became a story that evolved into a memorable day.  From farm to table with much love and care.  The Creamery started by two young visionaries and grew into a labor of love in a small farm in Brookfield.  A team of family, friends and creamery artisans joined together to enjoy what nature had provided.  We enjoyed our time and celebrated all that the farm had to provide.

To see more imagery, please visit the full story on our site:


Family Fun

We are well into shooting fall now but we recently received the Family Fun magazine featuring a shoot we did for Easter. It was a great shoot with Photo Director Mark Mantegna, Kimberly Stoney creating all the crafts, Julie Paquette on props and wardrobe for all the kids and Erica Fagan doing all their hair and make up. The kids were so good and we had a great time making some very fun images. Here's a look behind the scenes and at the final story.



TBT Staples

Today I just wanted to remember what warm days and wearing shorts was like and since we are shooting with Staples again next week I thought a look at our production this past summer was perfect! We had multple sets going at the same time for multiple days and a good size crew so there was always a lot happening. Here's a look behind the scenes.



A Different look

Sometimes I just have to shoot something differently. Sometimes an assignment comes along to let me do just that.

A couple months ago I was shooting for Yankeee Magazine and had the great pleasure of meeting and photographing Diana and Vojin Vujosevic who own Pain D'Avignon a restaurant and bakery down in Hyannnis. The way I approached the Yankee shoot impressed Diana and she approached me at the end of the day and asked if I would shoot some images at Pain D'Avignon. They did not have a shot list or an agenda (except to get in a couple of food shots) she just wanted me to explore and shoot whatever I felt would communicate the feel of the restaurant and bakery.

After scouting their place I felt it had this old world feel, very European. However, even though the bakery and the restaurant are connected  they each had a slighlty different feeling to them so I thought overall pictures wouldn't really communicate what it felt like to be sitting there. I suggested to Diana that I shoot lots of detail images and shoot in black and white or very desaturated color to give it that old world feeling. 

She loved the idea, so I put together a suggested shot list and off we went. Here's a sampling of some of the images I created.