Robert Sherman is a Detroit based photographer that specializes in music photography.

Sherman has had work used in various music publications across the United States. He has covered bands/artists the likes of A Day To Remember, Atmosphere, Aaron Lewis, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Andrew W.K., Architects, August Burns Red, blackbear., Bullet For My Valentine, Citizen, Dashboard Confessional, Dance Gavin Dance, Every Time I Die, Fall Out Boy, Four Year Strong, Frankie Ballard, Hail The Sun, Hoodie Allen, I See Stars, Issues, Judah & the Lion, LOCASH, Luke Christopher, Mike Posner, MOD SUN, Moose Blood, Nothing But Thieves, Of Mice & Men, Pierce the Veil, Pop Evil, Real Friends, Sam Hunt, Senses Fail, Silent Planet, Silverstein, Simple Plan, Taking Back Sunday, Tonight Alive, Underoath, We Came As Romans, The 1975, and The Devil Wears Prada for the publication.

Sherman has also done work for social media publicity and marketing company Restless Digital, providing images to bands/artists the likes of Alkaline Trio, Anti-Flag, Bayside, Blues Traveler, Dreamcar, Hands Like Houses, Hell Or Highwater, Insane Clown Posse, New Found Glory, Our Lady Peace, Rise Against, Say Anything, Social Distortion, Soundgarden, Sublime with Rome, Thrice, Twiztid, The Bronx, The Dirty Heads, The Goo Goo Dolls, The Offspring, and The Used.

Further, Sherman has worked directly for international rock band Bring Me The Horizon.

Sherman is also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Detroit-based music publication Resurget Magazine.

Additionally, Sherman has done extensive work in sports photography.

Sherman has provided images for the Eastern Michigan University, and University of Kentucky athletic departments and the Eastern Michigan and Oakland University campus news publications, The Eastern Echo and The Oakland Post, respectively.

He created the successful Midwest soccer website, For the Love of Futbol, covering Detroit City FC and the rest of the NPSL Midwest/Great Lakes Conference, garnering 27,000 visits in two years. Sherman also extensively covered high school sports for regional publication, The News-Herald.