Photographer · Author · Inventor · Lecturer · Teacher
Beginning serious photography in 1965, Bob explored conventional darkroom techniques in both B&W and color. His work at Polaroid R&D in silver emulsions along with his US patent in color printing give Bob a broad base in film photography. As an early adopter, he presented his first digital media production in 1984 and founded the Olympus School of Digital Photography in 1998. This unique blend of film and digital photography has kept Bob on the leading edge of digital photo technology.
As an instructor, he has taught at the Nikon and Time-Life Schools of Photography; Boston University; and University of Massachusetts. His two books, The Optimum Digital Exposure & Processing the Digital Image, provide a comprehensive look at the digital PhotoCycleTM workflow.