Robert W. Walker
As owner of a world-class recording studio and partner of a high-energy and creative multimedia production company, Walker/Fitzgibbon TV & Film, Walker has been a creator of all things visual/aural: memorable spot campaigns, music videos, big-impact sales films, infomercials, documentaries, television shows, specials and much more.
At the start of Walker’s media career, in high school, he landed a dream job as the youngest on-air personality on the #1-rated radio station in his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Within a year, while his radio show attracted incredible ratings and at only 17 years of age, he was off on a lifelong odyssey in the entertainment and media design business for broadcasting radio stations nationwide including Clear Channel and Beasley Broadcasting.
Walker is most known for his recent work as Ex-Producer/Editor in the Pacellis’s, a TV/Web based series about a crime-family working the streets of Los Angeles, CA and is also responsible for the producing/directing of national advertiser, Honda, for the TV commercials and webisodes for the “I Like It” Campaign.
Worldwide recognition of his talents in broadcast have been prolific: The Hispanic Heritage Awards, honoring Hispanic leaders both in arts and entertainment and Tributo a Nuestros Heroes, a military troop special for NBC/NBC Telemundo in English/Spanish. He shared with his partner, Mo Fitzgibbon of Walker/Fitzgibbon TV & Film, the prestigious National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Bravo Award for "Outstanding Made-for-Television Documentary" for their work on the biopic Lifetime Television: Intimate Portrait: Gloria Estefan. The daring duo won the New York Festival's World Medal for their work on Gloria Estefan's classic music video and official visual theme for the 1996 Summer Olympics on NBC for "Reach."