Hello – my name is Robert. I started my crazy passion to become a photographer in 2000 when I discovered I had Parkinson’s disease. I began taking photography courses at Rice University, and now I am consumed by it. My wife and I love to travel to wild and beautiful places. We accelerated our travel schedule due to my Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease has helped me “slow down” to see this beauty and has given me the urgency to “hurry up” and capture as much as I can photographically while I still can. I love highly saturated pictures, full of color, full of life, with vibrant, surrealistic backgrounds. I enjoy using my camera and Photoshop to paint pictures of birds flying and bees buzzing and dragonflies basking in the sun. I hope you enjoy my pictures. Life is good!!!!!
Robert received his Bachelor of Arts and Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1970 from Rice University and his MBA from Harvard University in 1973. He and his wife Nancy live in Houston, Texas.