The most important element at a visual service bureau is the person operating the equipment. At Moore Visual Services, you get Robert Moore: a master photographer, printer, and technician, who is also a photographic artist as well as a client-oriented professional who has worked extensively in the commercial arts sector.
Robert meets and works directly with his customers and knows how to listen to their needs. He strives to meet their expectations and creates an ideal atmosphere for painters, photographers, and sculptors to obtain museum-quality prints of their work that is true to their vision - for exhibition, portfolio, or sale.
- Wide format archival pigment ink printing from the Epson 7900 24" printer on any paper. This includes coated mat and watercolor stocks (giclee prints); photographic surfaces (glossy, semigloss, satin, luster, etc.); the new metallic surfaces; as well as uncoated Japanese Washi papers for encaustic wax hand-finishing
- Photoshop work, including image optimization for print and web display, retouching, and advanced imaging techniques
- Website and graphic design
- High resolution photography of original artwork, including sculpture and mixed media, done on location at the artist's premises
- Artist portfolios
- Image curation for commercial businesses
- Hand-finished encaustic wax prints made on Japanese Washi paper is available to photographers, painters, and illustrators wishing to interpret their work in a unique way
Robert Moore spends most of his time in Hampton Bays on Long Island's East End, where he works and finds creative inspiration from the local environment. He previously operated a commercial photography studio in Manhattan, and worked for well-known corporations such as Lenox China, American Express, AT&T, Estee Lauder, Corning/Steuben, Waterford Crystal, Lancaster Colony, General Electric, Guerlain Fragrances, Bruno Magli, and L'oréal, among many others.
Besides his visual services business, Robert works on photography-based fine art, and was a listed artist at ILLE ARTS in Amagansett, Long Island from 2014 to 2017. In addition, most of his Koi Fish series are part of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's permanent art collection in Manhattan. He is currently working on a Primitive Art-inspired series titled, Recent Digs, and is also collaborating with notable ceramic artist, Phyllis Kudder Sullivan on new work.