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Robert Solomon Nemser

designer , educator , writer , communications consultant , art director , creative director

Robert Solomon Nemser, American visual communications consultant, art director, creative director, designer, writer, educator. Recipient numerous design awards from various professional organizations; invited to White House to present Portrait of a President to President Gerald Ford, 1976.

Background

Nemser, Robert Solomon was born on May 30, 1938 in Brooklyn. Son of Leo Lewis Nemser and Mae (Silver) Wolf.

Education

Associate of Applied Science, New York College Arts and Sciences, 1960. Master of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1990.

Career

Designer Institute Life Insurance, New York City, 1960, Dell Public Company, New York City, 1962-1965. Art. director Universal Public Company, 1965-1967. Vice president Corporation Annual Reports, 1967-1973.

President, owner Robert Son of Nemser Associates, New Jersey, since 1974, New York, since 1974. Member adjunct faculty Rutgers University Mason Gross School Arts, 1987-1991. Assistant professor art Trenton (New Jersey) State College, 1993-1994, Baruch/State University of New York, 1996-1998, Gibbs College, since 2000.

Speaker on Psychodelic Art in the '60s and the San Francisco Music Scene, The Art of Seeing: Creating with Your Camera, The Psychology and Design of Coffee-Table Books, Photoluminescence: Painting with the Camera. Principal in marquee music and entertainment Home of the Cleftones and Class Act Enterprises, since 2003.

Works

  • Designer, photo editor (books) Martin Luther King Junior, 1976 (Gold medal 1977), The Eternal Sea (Gold medal 1977), Your Future in Space, 1986, King Remembered, 1986, He Had a Dream: Martin Luther King Junior and the Civil Rights Movement, 1995 (Silver medal 1995). Designer Central New Jersey Jewish Home for Aged logo, 1975, East Brunswick (New Jersey) Library. Logo, 1976.

    Work exhibited at Art Directors Club New Jersey, since 1970, Rutgers University, 1990. Producer: (concerts) From the Heart, 1996, 97, 99, since 2000.

Membership

Board directors East Brunswick Jewish Center, 1975-1977, publicity chairman, 1976. Television photo show host East Brunswick Channel 8 Cable television, 1986. Served to sergeant United States Army, 1960-1966.

Member Art Directors Club New Jersey (life, president 1976-1977, chairman education council 1987-1992, numerous awards), Advertising Club New York (Andy award 1973).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Collecting military medals and paraphernalia, collecting elephants, eagles, patriotic and police badges, racquetball, paddleball, noted authority on rock and roll and doo wop music of 1950's and 1960's.

Connections

Married Fredda Carol Siegel, October 15, 1960. Children: Lori, Adam, Alec, Ian.