Executive Vice President
and Creative Director
…Bob has worked on and created diverse campaigns and promotions for Cartier, Timex, Dell Publishing, New American Library, Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures, Revlon, Chanel, Bankers Trust, Hertz, Colgate, LifeSavers, Schenley, NY Philharmonic and the Jamaica Tourist Board. Some of his B-to-B client experience includes Pitney Bowes, Dun & Bradstreet, Squibb, International Paper, Steinway Pianos and Citicorp.
Bob’s institutional ad experience includes award-winning campaigns for universities and healthcare advertisers. Among the many advertising media and creative awards he’s received are national DESI (Graphic Design: USA) Awards Competition, CLIO award, First Place Award Long Island Film Festival, numerous BOLI (Best On Long Island) advertising awards, and a design award for a U.S. Postal Service First Day Cover for the U.S. Department of Commerce. He has been selected to judge regional and international advertising competitions such as The ADDYs and The New York Festivals. He has also lectured before student and professional associations.
In addition to his day-to-day dedication to imediagroup clients, Bob currently serves pro bono as advertising director of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra and was formerly its pro bono executive director.
He is the founder and past president of the Medical Marketing Association of the Northeast. He also founded and co-chaired the NY Philharmonic Free Concert Committee of Long Island. Some of his volunteer work includes NY regional ad campaigns for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, United Way and National Public Radio.
Bob served on the American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA) Orange Forum Committee of ad agency CEOs and was on the board of directors of the Long Island Advertising Club for twenty years. He attended New York University and the N.Y. Art Career School.