Rob is a highly acclaimed photographer based in Los Angeles, where he creates images for fashion, advertising, editorial, portrait and residential architecture assignments. His work has appeared in Esquire, Los Angeles Magazine, Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, New York Times, Orange Coast Magazine, OC Weekly, Ventura Blvd. Magazine, Wall Street Journal, and numerous other online and print publications.
Rob’s innate conceptual skills and marketing prowess are evidenced by his work with clients such as Gucci, Grammy Museum, Hewlett Packard, Honda, JVC, Kaiser Permanente, City of Hope, Coldwell Banker, American Fitness & Nutrition Academy, Toshiba, Bank of America, EH National Bank, the Los Angeles Times, and others.
In addition to stock and assignment photography, Rob has a deep passion for developing photo documentary projects that visually convey an engaging narrative. His most recent projects include Obrigado Lisboa, Iceland Rocks, Dysfunctional Communication, Physical Education, Live-Work-Art, Pez On Earth and The Navajo View. All of these projects can be viewed from the gallery pages of this website. Rob is also the founder and chief creative officer of mushed peas, a boutique advertising, design and communications agency. Discover how inspired creativity can turn opportunity into potential by visiting mushedpeas.com.
Rob studied photography and design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and holds a Master of Arts in Mass Communication from California State University, Northridge.
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“My obvious inclination toward the strange, the weird, and the avant-garde of the art and music scenes would imply that I also lean that way when it comes to photography. With all the options for different washes, digital manipulation, and lacquering, one can make a photo look like pretty much anything else. While I do love a good surrealist photo, I actually tend more toward the classic in both my own photography and in other artists. Working almost exclusively in black and white yet somehow able to capture shading and light grades expertly, Rob Silverman is an excellent example of all that is awesome about classic photography technique. The ability to capture the beauty we find all around us in the real world in all of its stark, unpixelated reality is, in my opinion, something only photography can wholly do as an artistic medium. Not so easy to do, especially in black and white, is the ability to capture the emotions and true feeling of the subjects of this photography; the forlorn energy of a dog in front of an old gas station, the stern and enduring countenance of a Navajo brave in full headdress. Turning motion and light into still life and back while not losing any of the emotive quality and without digital covering is what separates good technique and good eye from good photography, and Mr. Silverman is a good photographer. I don’t even feel the need to make the requisite reference to Ansel Adams here. Silverman has a solid, deeply emotive style and technique all his own. Though I’ve prattled on about his black and whites quite a bit, Rob Silverman has a whole array of photo styles, including commercial and event photos. You can also contact him via the site for pricing on current works or bookings.”
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