You can call me Bob

Baby visit the ocean

Harry visits the beach for the first time. (2008, Pattaya Beach, Thailand)

As I breath new life into the new LorimorStudios.com website, I am feeling the need to introduce myself and get a few things out of the way…

I am Robert Lorimor, but you can call me Bob. I am the founder of Lorimor Studios.

I am a photojournalist turned web designer and developer. I have since begun writing too. I must say, I am really enjoying the writing.

I live with my wife and son in the historical city of St. Joseph, MO., just north of Kansas City. This city is famous for five things: the Pony Express, Jesse James’s death, Cherry Mash candy bars, and the Kansas City Chiefs training camp.

My past is varied and not boring, and yet, I won’t bore you here with the details…. Alright, I will tell you that I lived in Thailand for 11 years — whoops, I’ve already said too much.

Do you want to know more? You can post your questions in the comments below.

Comments

  1. Lois Ibbotson says:

    I have always called you Bob, and you have always been a great person. You came from a great family and am glad to call you my friend. Glad to hear you are writing, you have a knack for it.

    • Thanks, Lois.

      The photo is of my son, Harry, and I on the beach in Thailand. It is a favorite picture of mine.

  2. MARY DORMEYER says:

    HI BOB
    I LOVE THE PHOTO. DO MORE.
    WE ARE ALL FINE HERE
    WE DID GET AN EMAIL FROM ERNIE THAT HE AND
    6 OTHERS ON CATALINA HAVE TESTED POSITIVE FOR
    LIME DISEASE (FROM A TICK BITE WHILE HIKING)
    BYE FOR NOW, MARY DORMEYER

    • Hi Mary, I am glad you liked the photo. Yes, I am planning to post more photos on LorimorStudios.com from time to time.

      You might want to checkout my other site, RobertLorimor.com and also my photography portfolio site at photo.robertlorimor.com.

      Regarding Ernie… Yikes. Lime disease! That’s a bit on the serious side. I hope he’s OK.

      The ticks remind of a time when he and I were shooting in Northern California and we came back to motel room to discover that we were covered in ticks. The ticks were everywhere, on the bed, in our clothes, in our underwear…

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