Cleveland, Oswego County
Bob lives in Cleveland with his wife Carolyn in the house they built together. Trained as a landscape architect Bob has developed into a well known wildlife artist and environmental interpreter. He has edited and illustrated a Tug Hill natural history guide and a guide to birding the Great Lakes Seaway Trail.
Many conservation and environmental organizations in the north country call on Bob for his expertise in environmental interpretation. He has designed and installed many interpretive graphic panels, kiosks, and interpretive exhibits around New York.
He is an avid outdoorsman and ecologists as well. He is currently leading an effort to create the first foot trail across the Tug Hill core forest. He is a licensed Landscape Architect, a member of the National Association for Interpretation, the Onondaga Audubon Society, and the Adirondack Mountain Club.