From Ballet to Boxing, for documentaries and development, Art In Motion has produced over 500 discrete pieces, raising awareness, money and eyebrows, for over 200 clients. Rob Stoller founded ART IN MOTION in 1988 with two principal objectives: to focus on and promote non-profit organizations providing unique contributions to the Arts, Health and Education (United Way, American Red Cross, Pennsylvania Ballet, Martin Luther King Foundation, Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis Center, American Cancer Society, World Affairs Council, Womens’ Way, Health Promotion Council, Seamen’s Church Institute, United Cerebral Palsy, Smokin’ Joe Frazier Foundation, & PA Academy of the Fine Arts), while at the same time undertaking commercial projects for companies including Bell Atlantic, Mitsubishi, ESPN, NBC-TV, COMCAST, VISA, Rohm & Haas, FiberLink, MySAP.com and Prudential Real Estate.
Robert L. Stoller, who has a Broadcasting & Film degree, as well as an MBA in Management, was a full-time faculty member in Temple University’s School of Communications and Theater for five years, was a Master Lecturer at University of the Arts, and currently serves as a supervisor in the Internship/Co-op program at Holy Family University. Rob also completed two seasons on PBS (WYBE-TV), producing and hosting a weekly television series, called “Art In Motion”, featuring artists, performers, educators and community activists; Ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
Founding Board member of The Brick Playhouse, Convergence Dancers & Musicians, and ArtsTribe, Mr. Stoller was a founding partner in Fantastical Tales, LLC, Founding Board Chair of Partners for Civic Pride, Inc., and he sits on the Board of the Big Picture Alliance.
Rob is also the former Head Coach of the New Jersey State Champion Pennington School’s Boys’ Varsity Tennis Team.