After graduating from The School of Visual Arts in New York City, Robin Platzer began her career on the city’s streets, capturing photographs of celebrities she spotted wandering in Manhattan. Platzer is best known for her outstanding work on the nightclub Studio 54, providing a visual account of the legendary venue’s heyday. Her work has featured in just about every book that chronicles the exceptional disco era and its cultural impact.
Over the course of her career her work has been prominently featured in the pages of People, Vanity Fair, New York Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, and used in many broadcasts and biographical programs, including those shown on E!, Bravo, and VH1. The artist herself has been profiled in many of the magazines that carried her photographs, including People and New York Magazine. She resides in New York City and still finds the streets of Manhattan to be a valuable source of inspiration.