How to reach me...

I try to answer inquiries as thoroughly as my time constraints permit. Obviously, it's a bit tougher during the school year when academic demands are most pressing (meaning I'm teaching classes and grading projects & exams!). Still, I'll try to reply as quickly as I can. My availability to teach workshops and seminars also revolves around the academic year: Summer months are best and the winter holiday break works well, but for the mid-Atlantic region my travel flexibility is pretty good, even mid-semester. If you're interested in having me give a presentation on outdoor photography, digital imaging techniques (Photoshop) or Web Design for Photographers, drop me a line and we'll certainly be able to work something out.


 Mark Roberts
  PO Box 302087
  Jamaica Plain MA 02130

It's old-fashioned, inconvenient, slow and it costs money. But it's pretty much bullet-proof!


Email is usually the easiest way to contact me. Please keep in mind that I get a lot of email through this web site, so it may take a while for me to get back to you, especially during the academic year.

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