And his shootings have traveled all around the world from Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, and New York City.
For the latest project, he decided to try something different by taking pictures of nude performers. In my opinion, this is what they call authentic art photography.
As Robles says:
The naked body speaks volumes to our fragile yet mystical and graceful existence. We are born naked and it was a naked act (in most cases) that brought life to each and every one of us. Body language is our first language. We are tied to our bodies, in such a strong way that they can often tell things about our emotional state, even in spite of ourselves.
The start of The Bare Sky Dance nude ballet project
Beside shooting truly amazing photos of the performing artists, Robles also shares the story of the performer by making their voice to be heard beyond the visual act.
For example, after being a victim of assault, one performer named Brittany Cavaco reveals that after the photo shooting for the Bare Sky Dance ended, she no longer felt vulnerable and ashamed.
The same case was with Alexandra Jacob.
She rediscovered that the “project was incredibly liberating in a sense that like being on stage, I was able to shed my outer layers and uncover the freedom of self-worth”.
Below you can check out the series and stores of the nude ballet Sky Dance.
Also, you can follow Robles on his personal blog or Facebook.