CCAS Student Published in The Washington Post

Allison Robbert’s photos that were published in The Post featured lambs grazing in the backyard of local homes in Arlington, Virginia.

February 22, 2024

Cherry blossoms framing a GW campus banner

Corcoran School of Arts and Design student Allison Robbert had her photos published in The Washington Post. Robbert’s photos were published in the article, “The Surprising Benefits of Switching to Lamb Mowers.” The article highlighted the Arlington, Virginia,-based business, Lamb Mowers, a lawn care service that uses sheep to mow, weed and fertilize suburban lawns. 

Robbert, a sophomore, currently works for the United States Senate Photo Office as a photography intern. She also works with local non-profits such as the Women Photojournalists of Washington and The Congressional Women's Softball Game. Robbert’s photos have been featured in The Hill and The GW Hatchet in addition to other local publications.