Joseph Robson is an architectural illustrator. He studied architecture at Bath University before working at the Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture (CASA) researching 3D modelling and virtual reality, culminating in the creation of the world's largest urban computer model. Whilst working at Bath University he taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In 1996 he completed an MPhil entitled 'Computer Investigations into Renaissance Art and Architecture', and has since published widely on the subject. Moving from Bath in 1998 Joseph became Head of Computer Graphics at Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners, where he worked on projects including the Eden Centre, the Minerva Building, Bath Spa and the Frankfurt Trade Fair Hall. From Grimshaw's Joseph moved onto Hayes Davidson where up until recently he held the position of director.
Joseph's illustration specialities are fine line pen and ink drawings, historical reconstructions and computer generated imagery.