Rob-Harris Name Explained
Many people think Rob Harris is one person when, in fact, it's two. Here's the story:
"I started my business in 1987 with my former University of Tampa college photography professor, Lew Harris. When we were coming up with ideas for company names, we both felt that Rob Harris had a better "ring" to it than Harris Bovarnick. Shortly after naming our company, we went to a local bank to open a business checking account. The first thing the bank teller asked us was "which one of you is Rob Harris?" That's when we decided to put the slash in between Rob and Harris: Rob/Harris. Since the beginning of the digital age, we have had to change the slash to a dash and add Photography and Video in addition to Productions for better search engine optimization." - Rob Bovarnick
Meet Our Crew
Leah Rothe, our central command studio, office manager, and professional violinist has such a calm demeanor that she sometimes plays J.S. Bach sonatas to keep all of us relaxed when the pressure gets going.
Donald Lynd often known as "D" is one of our master photographers. He's so comfortable with a camera in his hands that sometimes you don't even notice that it's there.
Chris Garland retired from the U.S. army. Went to art school. Then became our chief assistant, and photographer. His super power is that he never complains, and just keeps on going, and going, and going...
Kevin Averill is our drone, and video guru. He has tons of energy, and stays so up to date on the latest drone trends that there's a chance he might be turning in to one.
Stephen Vives, our master photo retoucher ends up having so much post-production work from us that he has trouble getting out from behind his computer.
Steven Kane, our assistant, drone spotter, and professional chef-food stylist knows how to spice things up, and can handle any task with taste.
Lew Harris has taken the high position of CIO "Creative Ideas Officer." Whether it's artistic decisions, or financial ones we rely on Lew for his sharp wit, intelligence, and worldly wisdom. (Yes, that's a bird on his shoulder)