Robin was introduced to hot glass
while making five videos for the
Corning Museum of Glass.
Since then, he creates glass paperweights
in a variety of unique styles.
Inspired by Nature and the Arts, his glass paperweight subjects range from abstract designs to realistic sea creatures, insects and animals. Some of Robin’s glass paperweights incorporate actual natural history subjects encased in polished and faceted lead crystal glass. Robin uses a wide variety of techniques including classical Venetian style millefiori, lost wax processes, as well as lampworking techniques to make his unique glass paperweights. He also uses dichroic glass to great advantage in almost all of his paperweight subjects.
Many of Robin's glass paperweights are created using
3D technology and 3D printing.
Robin's glass paperweights are sold in museums and aquariums throughout the USA.