IMAGE MAKER : ROB GOLDMAN
For over 30 years my photographs have been celebrated in gallery exhibitions and national magazines including Cosmopolitan, Time, Brides and Mademoiselle, and have appeared in ads for Club Med, Microsoft, AT&T, Marriott and Seagrams to name a few.
I have collaborated with museums, colleges, schools and organizations on a wide variety of community-engaged art projects that focus on various social issues, including self-worth, drug abuse, sexual violence and identity.
I am the lead strategist and director on a wide variety of photography and video-based projects. By coupling my innovative style, an acute understanding of human experience and an ability to visually communicate that experience, my decades of project management allow my teams and I continue to bring exciting, impactful ideas to life.
As an educator, I facilitate student-initiated art projects that cultivate social, intellectual, creative and emotional intelligence, necessary skills in the worlds of art, entrepreneurship, career development, education and business. My years of experience as an artist, educator, community leader and entrepreneur have provided me with the tools necessary to create a uniquely transformative learning experience.
I am the author of "Shooting From The Heart: Creating Passion and Purpose in Your Life and Work". My message is simple: The world doesn't change, we do. Positive change requires listening to the voices in our hearts that guide us to toward our true selves and our true purpose. This guidebook will help readers become more conscious of how thoughts and emotions get in the way of our ability to live with deep peace.
"Enter "Shooting from the Heart", 91 pages that got me back on track and focused what it takes to truly succeed creatively. The stories of Mr. Goldman's personal experience and growth, family and photography, beautifully illustrate that the journey is bittersweet at moments, but is always worthwhile." - Amazon.com review
"I have been reading your book which at times brings me close to tears due to it's raw truth about life and the decisions we are faced with, and more importantly how we face them. I am enjoying it to say the least." - Kathy S.