A unique skill set and some good fortune took Rob Feldman around the world, producing television and, along the way, taking remarkable photographs. A native Philadelphian, Rob spent a number of years as a news producer in Philadelphia, New York and Miami before embarking on a career as a vice president for Sony International. His job--to bring hit American sitcoms like The Nanny, Everybody Loves Raymond, Seinfeld and more to international markets complete with adapted scripts, local actors and the proper cultural sensibilities. And every step along the way, Rob brought his camera. Today, Rob roams the farmlands of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, capturing the natural beauty therein and preserving its rural heritage through the lens of his Fujifilm X100F. Join us for a fascinating look at how he made Everybody Loves Raymond into a hit series in Russian while capturing some of that nation's history years before Vladimir Putin decided to attack Ukraine.
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