The most incredible Photographer, some of this is actually true!
Robert is a Decorated U.S. Marine Corps Combat Veteran. He has Guarded Presidents and dined with Royalty. He has extensively toured antiquity, survived several attempted murders, two bank robberies, and appeared as himself on stage, screen, and television. Robert currently resides in the rugged mountains of northern San Diego County. His assignments have taken him from dark alleys of Bangkok, Thailand, the Jungles of Panama, the streets of Tijuana, Mexico, and to Madison, Wisconsin. His only modeling job was for International Male, but despised the "Business" of Male Modeling.. In the spring of 1995, he sold his soul to the devil, but quickly won it back in a Texas hold'em poker game. He was holding his trade-marked Seven-Deuce, beating the Devil's hand of Jack/Jack - creating the term "the Devils hand". Forrest Gump is loosely based on the fictional accounts of Robert's life and imagination, and set in a completely different time. The "Card Scene" from "American Psycho" was an actual event in Roberts life, while working at Mercedes-Benz.
All jokes aside, Robert has quite a different view of this world. He can find beauty in every location, seems to be able to bring his photography to life, transporting the admirer to the captured moment. Each individual work is processed independently from the next. He never had "pre-set filters" in the darkroom, and neither does he today, utilizing "Lightroom" to process his photographs.
Robert is an Award Winning Freelance Photographer and primarily works with many of the Southern California and Las Vegas's Variety Performers and emerging musicians. He is a Photographer for the Desert Hearts Music Festival. Robert has also been a Contributing Photographer for Vans Warped Tour, AXS Entertainment, Cirque du Soleil, Marvel Studios, and MGM Studios. Yes, he HAS appeared as himself on Television.
Robert is available for hire on a very selective basis. Feel free to contact him today.
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