About

Robyn is a transformational photographer and coach who teaches clients to see their world through a new lens.

Robyn Ivy is a professional photographer, visual brand strategist, creative director, speaker, and coach with 20 years of experience helping businesses and individual clients transform themselves by shifting their focus and learning to see their world through a new lens. Her desire to look at things from multiple perspectives has given her the ability to see possibilities, truths, and solutions that remain invisible to others. She brings a deep understanding of what holds people back and brings it into the light so it can be seen and overcome.

In 2016 Robyn created PROJECT 3.8, a compelling campaign to raise awareness for pediatric cancer, after a close friend lost her 8 year old son Dorian to rhabdomyosarcoma. She produced a traveling gallery show of 20 large scale portraits of local children who were either active cancer fighters or survivors. Her mission was to teach people how to “see” childhood cancer differently and the impact it has on so many families.

Prior to making photography her career, Robyn was a avid world traveler. As a teenager she was an exchange student in Germany for a year then later worked with baby chimpanzees in Africa, led German tourists on adventure camping trips in Alaska and beyond, taught English to German students and worked for a year with an anti-hunger coalition in Vermont. In 2001 she became a mom and began the journey of raising her two boys.

Robyn shoots for a wide range of commercial, corporate, and editorial clients as well as entrepreneurs and individuals who want to change the world. Passionate about personal growth, she teaches workshops that bridge the gap between photography and personal transformation through shifting perspectives on our lives. She lives in RI with her two sons.

Greg is a veteran photographer, podcast host, and Light Scientist who helps others find the light within.

Gregory Berg is a veteran photographer, podcast host and producer (Life on Purpose), multi-media storyteller, Light Scientist, journalist, and traveler.

He’s been photographing professionally since 2004. After realizing the power of creative expression blended with mindfulness and attentional focus to transform his own life, he is now working to share those processes with others. For a brief primer on mindful photography, see his post written for Digital Photo Mentor here.

Behind the lens, he’s been fortunate to document destinations and amazing humans around the world, including world champion skateboarder Tony Hawk on an X-Games vert ramp, school children in Guatemala, and entrepreneurs and creatives at Camp GoodLifeProject where he’s served as photographer for the past four years.

To see more of Greg’s photography, visit his website here.

Greg also has a keen interest in frontier science (including noetic sciences, consciousness, and quantum physics) and wisdom, the confluence of which he explores via weekly in-depth conversations on his podcast Life on Purpose.

He’s facilitated in-depth conversations with creatives, academics, and visionaries including Brene Brown, Dan Millman, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Jennifer Louden, Jonathan Fields, davidji, Danielle LaPorte, Chris Guillebeau, Susan Piver, Chris Brogan, A.J. Jacobs, Betsy Chasse, don Miguel Ruiz Jr., and MANY more.

Plus he’s a yogi, meditator, and foodie.