Robert Creighton Lavery, American Commercial artist.
Lavery, Robert Creighton was born on April 21, 1954 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, United States. Son of Hugh Thomson and Marie Antonette (Fasanella) Lavery.
Staff artist, Creative Prodns., Orange, New Jersey
staff artist, Landmark Associations, East Orange, New Jersey
assistant art director, Ron Ton Agency (Maxon Pontiac), Union, New Jersey
art director, Silk Screen Photo Svc., East Orange
vice president, Pro Arts Screen Graphics Inc., Montclair, New Jersey
creative/art director, Peter Pan Industries, Newark
art director, E.J. Barrie Advertising Inc., Bloomfield, New Jersey
president, Lavery Graphics and Advertising, Glen Ridge, New Jersey, since 1975.
Composer, arranger and performer all instruments (guitars, keyboards, bass and drum programming) for title song (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film) "Crooked Hearts", 1991, (songs) "Sparks", 1986 (regional winner Electra Records Undiscovered Artist of Year award 1986). Lead guitarist The Burns Sisters Band, "Listen to the Beat of a Heart" (charted #11 nationwide adult contemporary radio), "I Wonder Who's Out Tonight" (top ten hit radio stations), 1980-1986, others. Opening act various groups.