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Rob Munday has been at the forefront of three-dimensional imaging and holography since 1981. As an artist he recorded the first ever official holographic portrait of Her Majesty the Queen and exhibits his work in galleries throughout the world. As a technical innovator he has pioneered the development of digital holography and its use for the production of commercial holograms worldwide and as an entrepreneur he has founded several 3D imaging businesses.
In 2005 he was awarded the Saxby Medal, the Royal Photographic Society's prestigious international award for creative and technical achievement in the field of three-dimensional imaging and holography. In 2012 his portrait of the Queen appeared on the front cover of TIME magazine.
The late Professor Emmett Leith. co-inventor of the hologram and avid collector of Munday's work said of his holograms 'they are amongst the most outstanding of their kind in the world'.
A holographer is rare breed, a modern day artisan who melds science, craft and culture to create works of contempory art'
Dr. Sean F. Johnston, Author of Holographic Visions
February 2013, Two new 3D video displays have been created by Rob Munday for the
Grosvenor Museum, Chester. CLICK HERE
Rob Munday creates the first digital reflection hologram of Her Majesty The Queen.
The National Portrait Gallery accepts Rob Munday's new miniature holographic portrait of Her Majesty the Queen and Diamond
Jubilee stamp for their Heinz Archive and Library collection.
ASPREY use Equanimity for new Diamond Jubilee work. CLICK HERE
2012, Rob Munday's portrait appears on the front cover of TIME magazine. CLICK HERE
Feb 2012, Rob Munday is commissioned
to create a new miniature portrait of Her Majesty the Queen for Jersey's Diamond Jubilee commemorative stamp.
Oct 2011, The IHPA purchases the last remaining holographic portrait of US president Ronald Reagan by Dr. Hans Bjelkhagen
for its collection.
March 2011, Rob Munday and Chris Levine's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II has been selected by The National
Portrait Gallery for its 2011-2012 Diamond Jubilee exhibition entitled 'Queen-Art and Image'
The above video was produced in 2005 for a Royal Photographic Society presentation.