Robin Bell, founder of Bell Visuals, is an award-winning editor, video journalist, and multimedia artist based in Washington DC. Robin has worked on a range of political and public interest projects including notable PBS television show Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria, where he was lead editor. Building upon his formal training as a classical printmaker, Robin is also known for his unique style of live video collage, which he has performed at well-known venues. including the The Kennedy Center, 930 club, and the Phillips Collection in Washington DC, Central Park Center Stage in NYC, and The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles California. Combining his commitment to social change through the dissemination of information via video, and his artistic vision as a live video artist, Robin co-produced Operation Ceasefire, a seminal anti-war concert on the national mall, in 2005. Prior to that, he collaborated with DJ Spooky on a live re-mix of the presidential election results in 2005 at the Black Cat nightclub in Washington DC. Currently, Robin works along with his team at Bell Visuals as a media consultant for socially responsible and non-profit companies. He is also adjunct faculty of Digital Video Editing and Production at the Corcoran College of Art + Design.