Bob Holt is a photographer combining digital and traditional film processes. On a family trip to Acadia National Park at age eight, Bob used his father's camera to record the moment a rainbow appeared in the spray at Thunder Hole. Inspired by freezing that single moment in film forever, he went on to pursue photographic work in college and as a hobby throughout his life. In 2021, Bob found a renewed love for the medium, and began working on a number of long-term projects.
Bob brings a documentary style and love for traditional darkroom processes to his work. His new projects explore people and how they engage with and confront their community, history, and environment.
Born in Florida, and schooled in Atlanta, Bob now resides in southern New Hampshire.