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Starting his work in photography in 2001, Rob Walcott has been a portrait photographer, commercial photographer, has designed photo booths, created images as art work, managed social media, and has taught photography both privately and at the local high school.

As a professional photographer Walcott is curious about the shifting meaning and ambiguity of the image as the medium of photography continues to rapidly evolve in flexibility, availability, and mutability as a tool of human conversation and expression. More than the photograph, he is interested in the augmentation and limitations of being human, for which photography has made a fine point of entry.