Robert Galloway brings more than three decades of writing, producing and editing experience to his role as director of post-production at Something Else* Strategies.
Through writing, producing and packaging television programs, feature films, and independent documentaries, Galloway has mastered the art of editing and production and brings that expertise to every spot, for every candidate or cause.
Galloway joined the Something Else* team as chief editor on Marco Rubio’s U.S. 2010 Senate campaign and has handled post-production for historic Senate and Gubernatorial campaigns ever since.
In his life before politics, Galloway wrote, produced and edited hundreds of half-hour programs and ads for ESPN, ESPN2 and The Family Channel.
In addition to his corporate work, Galloway’s independent projects have included Oflag 64 – A POW Odyssey, and Why Wal Mart Works and Why That Makes Some People Crazy. Both aired on national television.
Galloway started his career working for the NPR affiliate in Athens while attending the University of Georgia. While there, his performance resulted in scholarships from both the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Atlanta Press Club.
A native of Georgia, Galloway and his family make their home in Charleston, South Carolina where he occasionally takes his boat out, and for the most part, has managed not to beach it. He despises coconut water and also rambles incessantly before awkwardly and abruptly ending conversations.