Robyn LeRoy-Evans is a visual artist working in photography, installation, and performance. By turning the camera on herself, and through the use of carefully considered materials - such as fabric, clothing, found objects, human hair, clay, and earth - LeRoy-Evans creates imagery and installations that draw inspiration from history, mythology, and her own personal experiences as a mother-artist. In 2012 she achieved a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art from Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has work in private collections in the U.S., Canada, and the UK. In 2014 she moved to Bvlbancha (New Orleans) on a whim and remains there to this day with her two children and fur babies. From 2016-2020 Robyn was a member of the artist-run collective, The Front. Robyn works as an entrepreneur, mother-artist, and maker. Her practice is often collaborative: as part of the feminist art quartet, The Crystal Efemmes, and in her dual showings of Heavy Shine, with Toronto-based ceramic artist, Dianne Lee.