Robert grew up in the South. This Clio award winner lived and worked in Paris, New York, and Los Angeles before obtaining a Master of Fine Art from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. With an eye toward beauty, he moved from photography to design. His creative focus has garnered Rausch both critical acclaim and the admiration of peers and clients.
His photography can be seen in the New York Times, Travel & Leisure, Garden and Gun, Southern Living, Ladies Home Journal, Elle, American Craft, Cottage Living, and Veranda, to name just a few.
Robert’s devotion to Slow Design is evident in his work and the clients his work attracts. Robert’s design work can be seen at Anthropologie, Hilton Hotels, Whole Foods, Ted Montana Grill, The Waldorf Astoria, Billy Reid, Alabama Chanin, St. Joe Company, and Serenbe, among others.
Robert lives on a small farm in north Alabama.