Since graduating with Distinction from the Royal College of Art in 1992 with a Masters degree in Fine Art Holography, Robb has continually made art, ceaselessly experimenting with three-dimensional imaging. Shortly after the end of academic studies, he was invited to submit a landscape work in to the V&A museum's permanent collection; this would be the first ever hologram artwork to be acquired by the museum. Today, Jeff Robb is recognized as the leading figure-head of lenticular photographic fine art. Indeed, his artworks focusing on the female nude and abstract forms in space, which he makes in series, can now be found in the world's most important collections, including the Getty Museum, the SAM in Osaka, the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, etc.