Rob Jackson is a multimedia artist (poet, painter, musician, and scholar). Rob holds a MA Sp. Major EDU/ PSY/ Journalism degree from SFSU and is a credentialed Legal Aide. He recently exited Walden University after nearly earning a Doctorate in Public Policy and Administration with an Emphasis in Homeland Security. His contributions span many disciplines related to optimal development and his collective based projects have united people from all walks of life. His teams range of products include fine art, commercial art, educational books and investigative press on social justice and environmental issues, psychology, and workforce development- all with an emphasis on self-empowerment and the maximization of potential. Programs directed by Robert have reached over one million people with sponsors like Sony Electronics, , Eastwood Guitars, Coming Up Magazine, Submission, Guinness, Oasis CD Manufacturing and more. CEO of Ripstar, the music division of Equilibrium Institute of America (EIA), Robert has produced over 40 live music events in the last 15 years in northern California which featured over 100 artists to date.
Overall, Rob’s work is about documenting problems and offering solutions. He claims statistics continue to show massive declines in habitat, wildlife, declines in education and other quality of life issues like equality, while disease, war, and other social threats are on the rise which can and must be met with solutions. His work has been used by politicians and by public speakers he consults globally. Rob recently commented, “it is great to see giant increases in fans acknowledging our products”. Goals for 2017 include licensing some songs and selling art to create even more opportunities. Rob’s new book underway, Black Cloud: The Aftermath of Human Intelligence is a combination of creative synthesis and new research results. A work for beginners to look forward to in 2017-8 includes Daily Dose: 365 Lessons for Life and his new album featuring a dozen collaborating artists titled Break.
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