Rob Morgan is an accredited Senior Road Safety Auditor and one of Australia's most experienced traffic engineers and road safety engineers. He has been working continuously in the fields of traffic engineering, road safety engineering and transport planning since 1973.
Rob's experience includes consulting, local government (nine years with City of St Kilda in Melbourne through the 1980s) and working with Milton Keynes New Town Development Corporation in the U.K. for 3 years in the late 1970s.
Since January 1993, Rob has operated his own one-man consultancy, based in Melbourne. These days he is more involved with the road safety side of engineering.
He is the principal author of a number of national and state standards and guidelines and is invited to present at training workshops across Australia.
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Rob Morgan is based in Melbourne, Australia. He has had a camera since his primary school days and has been keen on photography for most of his life. It is only since around 2004 that Rob has taken his photography to the next level, going digital, joining a camera club to compete and learn, and learning from others through workshops. In 2008 he entered prints in his first national photographic competition - the Ballarat National Photographic Exhibition - and had seven images accepted. He has since won Gold Medals in international competitions.
By 2009 he conducted his first solo exhibition ‘First Light’ in Daylesford, as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. Rob's photographic interests centre around landscapes and travel, but he ventures into other areas like urban form and creative photography. He combines his keen interest in travel with his interest in photography. Rob is an Associate member of both the Royal Photographic Society and the Australian Photographic Society. Click here for Rob's Gallery of images
Jungle Light, Bali, Indonesia
Dawn at the Wanaka Tree, South Island of New Zealand
A villager smoking, Bagan, Myanmar
Hamnøy, Lofoten Islands, Norway in Winter
Tongariki Moonrise, Easter Island
Thirty-six VWs of Mt Fuji (a traffic engineer's homage to Hakusai's 'Great Wave')
The summit of Mt Kilimanjaro at dawn