Tobe A. Roberts IV is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (TSOA) Graduate Film Program. He obtained his Master of Fine Arts degree in 1996 for Film Producing and Screenwriting. Tobe entered Graduate School as one of the top six applicants to spearhead the first TV & Film Producers Training Program of the University, and had graduated as one of the top three Producers within the department. Since then, he has moved on to gain experience as a co-producer of a New York based video production company specializing in Native American programming and pursuing his own film career.
Tobe was also a Professor in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at FDU in Madison, NJ sharing his knowledge to aspiring filmmakers. In addition, he has worked witha NYC/CA based VFX company in several positions on commercial and film projects.
Tobe's recent endeavors include helping kids and teachers in the NYC School system integrate technology both in and outside the classroom environment and spreading awareness for Wild & Rescued Horses through his photography.
Earth Charter Communities Network right now is all about creating dialogue towards a Sustainable Beijing. ECCN, a US social enterprise, is just a year old but we are doing a lot!
Dialogue matters and reconnecting to nature is a dialogue between a human and the planet that matters. We believe that the more you reconnect to nature the more you will want to help your community do so as well.
So we do Dialogue with Nature events, Dialogue Events around building a Sustainable Beijing. We teach students at Beijing Normal University how to create dialogue and reconnection to nature in middle school geography classes. We want to help the US and China collaborate through explorations of intrinsic values around nature education so we do sustainability dialogue tours too.
I'll be coming to NYC in August to do some exploratory travel for Beijing education scholars and master teachers interested in sustainability education for a trip in 2014. NYC is trying to create a sustainable society and merits exploration by Beijing Education.
I love your photos, and I think what you are doing is grand.
I went to NYU too! Now I am in China, which I guess you know from my profile. I use Beijing Normal University as a kind of lab to help develop a academic field of dialogue. My social enterprise ECCN is also creating collaboration towards a sustainable Beijing in the Beijing community. I think what you do is a wonderful way to create real dialogue.