About BTR Projects & Me 

Hi! My name is Bryan Rubin and I'm a senior at Oberlin College studying Environmental Science and Politics, but have a passion for Photography and Cinematography. 

BTR Projects is a site I created during winter term - a special "semester" of sorts at Oberlin where students are able conceive and complete projects they may not otherwise be able to do in a typical class atmosphere. 

BTR Projects is what has come of my winter term. I made the website in order to show the best of my photography and cinematography skills. What you see on the site is [only] a small amount of photography and cinematography, and what I believe demonstrates some of my best work. 

This site will be updated with new works, as well as show other links where you can find more of my work.  

My Experience: I have worked on a number of projects, both individually and with groups, from promotional spots with organizations like EPA's Office of Multimedia as well as smaller projects. I am also a Photo Editor for The Oberlin Review, and was the Photo Editor for my High School paper before that, Spectrum. 

Programs:  have extensive experience with the Adobe Creative Cloud Sweet of Applications, including: Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge, Illustrator, Indesign, Premiere Pro, Audition, and Final Cut Pro X. 

The Store contains high quality digital and print versions of some of the photos featured in my portfolio. Both digital and print versions are higher resolution than what is seen in the portfolio collection, and do not have any watermarks. All photos featured in the portfolio collection are lower resolution and have a watermark. The photos offered for sale will change from time to time, so check in for new sale items. If there is something you wish to buy that is not in the store, feel free to contact me at: bryanrubinprojects@gmail.com

Thank you! 

You can find some of my other work at these sites:




I hope you enjoy the site. My goal is for it to only get better over time. With your help I can make that happen! Thanks for viewing! 

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-Bryan Rubin