Robert Altman has recently served as Webmaster for the Center of Electronic Art in San Francisco, The Summer of Love 30th Anniversary Celebration as well as publishing his own award winning personal Website. His online photographic gallery has been included in the winners circle of PC Computing Magazine's Annual "Best Internet Sites."
He has served on teams which produced Websites for The Oakland Zoo and Online Design Magazine. He also is a professional consultant serving such clients as Apple Computer, Ziff Davis Publishers and has created CD ROMS which accompany their Internet training manuals. He currently goes on assignment with MediaCast, Inc. which specializes in real-time and archival on-demand Web Broadcasting.
Mr. Altman has been professional photographer for many years- first as a photojournalist (chief photographer, Rolling Stone Magazine) and for several decades headed his own commercial studio in San Francisco specializing in fashion photography as well as being a television producer/director for KEMO-TV. He now actively pursues digital photography and publishes a words and pictures column on the World Wide Web.
Robert currently teaches Introduction and Advanced Multimedia Authoring on the World Wide Web for The Center of Electronic Art; The UC Berkeley Extension; San Francisco State University and the Photo Metro Digital Workshop. He has served as a guest lecturer for The National Conference of Educators and at the Non-Profit Program Directors "Meet the Future" Conference at the Museum for Modern Art. He holds a B.A. degree in Psychology from the City University of New York (Hunter College) where he served as President of his class.