|Rob Trubia is an internationally published, award winning photographer and director. Rob began his professional career at fifteen, shooting news and sports as a stringer for UPI in New Hampshire. By sixteen Rob had been on assignment for the Boston Globe, Newsday, and shot Bo Jackson's first NFL football game on spec for Sports Illustrated. After high school Rob attended and graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology and went on to intern at Sports Illustrated. Wanting to do his part for his country, Rob enlisted in the U.S. Air Force where he proudly served as a photojournalist for four years. After serving on active duty, Rob went on to freelance for a variety of clients. Some of Rob's most memorable assignments include shooting the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the Masters, and the Air Force vs. Navy football game from 10,000 feet. |
Like many, Rob began to miss the camraderie and adventure of military service. He joined the Air National Guard (ANG) where he was eventually given the immense privilege of serving full-time as the creative director for marketing and advertising. Rob surrounded himself with talented people and went about the business of rebranding the ANG, shooting new ads that connect airmen to technology and directing and shooting cutting edge TV commercials that communicate the excitement and benefits of serving.
Rob and his wife Wendy are now running Trubia Studios, a client focused photography and design studio. They thank God for their four children and most importantly, their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.