Piece description from the artist
Civil War era light house guards the Groton harbor. The original artist photograph is framed in two inch white matte and flat black two inch wood frame, mounted on backer board, dust covered and wired ready to hang.
Rob Staub has been shooting since he was a young boy in New York City. Carrying a "Nikon FE":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikon_FE everywhere from the streets of Manhattan to alleyways of Europe, Rob learned the art of image-making as he went. When his family split, the hills in Northern Virginia's Horse Country also became a part of his visual influence.
The grit of the city and the lush colors of the countryside were strong influences for Rob, and they carried into his career as a professional photographer. Today, he photographs everything from rock concerts to landscapes, residential architecture and portraiture. With a close circle of creative friends in music, fine art and design, Rob is constantly striving to live up to the art that surrounds him.