Robert Rosenheck is an award winning photographer, writer and artist. His work has been exhibited throughout the country and has appeared in publications including The New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Metropolis, People, Bon Appetit and The Huffington Post. His work has been featured on the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, The Rush Limbaugh Show, and he has made television appearances on CBS This Morning and The Late, Late Show with Tom Snyder. 

Robert Rosenheck is author of The Love Book, a celebration of diversity and inclusion described by the New York Times as "not only witty but downright courageous" and by Entertainment Weekly as "an amazing chronicle of guerrilla goodwill.” He is the recipient of numerous awards including a New Jersey State Council for the Arts Fellowship, Art Matters Fellowship, MTA Arts for Transit Award, a Creative Time commission for the 42nd Street Art Project, and was the first ever artist-in-residence at Joshua Tree National Park. He has produced a number of installations including a Creative Time commission for the 42nd Street Art Project and a performance/video installation in Prince’s home for the music icon’s 2008 Oscar Party.

He is a Senior Fellow with the Environmental Leadership Program, serves as cultural attaché to the Center for Environmental Health and is Creative Director at C A P O B I A N C O, an agency specializing in launching and growing innovative brands with offices in New York and Los Angeles. He is also the proprietor of Señor Tyrone.