Will Smith calls him Picasso. Jerry Bruckheimer calls him “The Master.” Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Bay and Mark Wahlberg refer to him as “the best I’ve ever worked with.” Tony Scott said “Robert I’m using your stills to guide my setups.” As of this writing, Robert Zuckerman is the highest ranked photographer in the world on IMDB, above Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber and all others.
In addition to making purpose driven imagery that successfully promotes his clients and their products, Robert mentors aspiring photographers world-wide and teaches photography as a vehicle for excellence, professionalism, respect, responsibility, kindness and goodness.
He is sought as a photographer where care, quality, professionalism and vast experience are desired, as well as a motivational/inspirational speaker and a teacher and empowerer.
Currently, Robert is a Distinguished Affiliate at FIU (Florida International University) CARTA (College of Architecture + The Arts). He sits on The Family Advisory Council of the Holtz Children’s Hospital, where he gives photography workshops to pediatric cancer and transplant patients. He sits on the board of Eco Tech Visions, Inc. (www.ecotechvisions.org) and the Adult Polyglucosan Body Disease Research Foundation (www.apbdrf.org) and The Bold Beauty Project (honoring and empowering disabled women). He is Co-Founder of Hope and Carry, Inc. (www.hopeandcarry.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity, whose mission is to foster and nurture photography as an alternative life pathway to guns and violence.
“We are here for a limited time and are part of something bigger than our own individual lives. There are daily opportunities and an ongoing obligation to help others and to make our world better for those around us and those who follow.”