ROBERT G. ZUCKERMAN
Will Smith calls him ‘Picasso.’ Jerry Bruckheimer calls him ‘The Master.” Mark Wahlberg says of Zuckerman “You’re the best I’ve ever worked with.” As a photographer in the motion picture industry, Robert Zuckerman’s images have become the campaigns for such films as “The Crow,” “Training Day,” “National Treasure,” “Transformers,” “Pursuit of Happyness,” and many more. He has done personal photography for Will Smith and has served as the personal photographer for the family of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz. Whether on or off the set, his intention is to honor his subjects and the world through photography. He has spoken with students across the country, at Authors at Google, been featured in a PBS story about him, and was a panelist at the KidsRisk Symposium at the Harvard University Medical School. Robert is currently serving as Distinguished Affiliate at FIU College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts.
“For me, photography as much as possible has become an integration of life and craft. Through it I am able to give value to people’s lives and derive value in my own life, beyond making a living.”