Robert and Christopher Publishers is a small and ambitious illustrated art book imprint based in Trinidad and Tobago.  Our primary concern in our contemporary art series is to produce quality books that document and elucidate our Caribbean story as seen through the eyes of Caribbean artists. We aim to produce the highest quality of relevant books that will be accessible to a wide reading and creative audience, in Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and internationally.


Our Team

Robert and Christopher is comprised of a passionate team of people who are committed to making a valuable contribution to art publishing in the Caribbean.


Bobby Campbell: Publisher

A successful businessman, Bobby Campbell founded Robert & Christopher Publishers in 2006 out of a desire to record and recognise the work of Caribbean artists, who, as he puts it, generally face an uphill battle for recognition and reward.


Melanie Archer: Editor


Melanie Archer is co-editor of Robert & Christopher Publishers Ltd. Over the past decade she has worked in art book publishing as a managing editor, associate editor, senior writer, designer, essayist and consultant. She also has a keen interest in film, and is the art director of the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.


Mariel Brown: Editor


Mariel Brown is co-editor of Robert & Christopher Publishers Ltd. She is the managing editor of the art books: Meiling: Fashion Designer and Barbara Jardine: Goldsmith and has written features for various Caribbean magazines; in particular, she writes about writers and artists. Mariel is a documentary filmmaker and director of the company, SAVANT.  She lives and works in Trinidad and Tobago.


Richard Mark Rawlins: Designer


Richard Mark Rawlins is a graphic designer and contemporary artist from Trinidad and Tobago. He is the publisher of the online magazine Draconian Switch. Richard has designed catalogues for various exhibitions including “Rockstone & Bootheel: Contemporary West Indian Art” and “Wrestling with the Image: Caribbean Interventions”. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Art and Design, New York City as part of “The Global Africa Project” and more recently at U.W.I., Mona, in the exhibition “Season of Renewal”.