Bob has been a professional commercial photographer for over 40 years. He’s traveled the world on assignment for a client list that includes
Rolex Watch Company, Lexus, CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox Sports,
Arnold Palmer Enterprises, NFL, NBA, USTA, USGA, Merrill Lynch,
Popular Photography, Time, Sports Illustrated, Penske Racing,
Pennzoil, ExxonMobil, Shell Oil Company, Polo Ralph Lauren, and CARE.
He is on the teaching staff of the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University and has spoken at Sony Digital Days workshops in numerous cities. He is part of the speaker’s program at B&H Photo in New York and regularly presents at venues throughout the country.
Bob attended the University of Pennsylvania. He holds a degree from the
Wharton School of Business and a Master of Science degree in
Folklore – Social Anthropology. He has lectured on social issues, been a writer and account manager at a NYC ad agency, and an executive at a mechanical engineering firm with domestic and international onshore and offshore operations.
For many years Bob sat on a panel of diverse executives advising high school seniors on career choices and occasionally interviews students who have applied to Penn. Currently he serves as President of the Board of Trustees of the Houston Police Athletic League.
The images on this website were made with Nikon equipment and scanner. The majority were scanned from film; since file sizes have been acceptably high, they are digital. Images from both sources will be continually added & deleted.