Bob Ness traces his interest in photography back to high school. He didn’t pursue this interest until the end of his college years when he began to capture scenes of the world around him.
Bob carried a camera with him throughout his professional life to many places around the world. Frequent relocations worked against building a personal dark room for traditional film photography.
Finally computer technology brought the opportunity to have a dark room in a way that could easily be transported anywhere. The advent of digital cameras completed his transition to total, digital photography. Wolfeboro and other regional delights serve as both model and muse for his art.