Robert Larue, Jr.

Educator, Filmmaker, Mensa Member

Robert LaRue started in photography in the 1960s as photographer for his high school yearbook and newspaper, in Thessaloniki, Greece. He served as lab tech and photographer in the USAir Force from 1971-77. Three of those years were served at the US Air Force Academy as a portrait photographer and color printer. In 1976 he became a photographic consultant for the American Shroud of Turin Research Project, publishing a technical paper with them and providing experimental lab services. Following the Air Force he began teaching history, geography, anthropology, journalism and film production in a Boulder, Colorado high school. He is co-writer and director of the feature film The African Guest. LaRue also worked as Assistant Director on many shorts and as Extras Coordinator on the features Mind’s Eye and Dear Eleanor. He currently teaches film production and sponsors a monthly short film festival in Angeles City, Pampanga, the Philippines.