Published in the October 10 – 23, 2018 issue of Morgan Hill Life

Rob Guynn

Robert Guynn is an American artist, photographer and instructor, best known for his photo realistic airbrush paintings. He has more than 1,200 collectors. Robert attended West Valley College and obtained his Clear Teaching Credential at San Jose State University. He has taught classes at Santa Clara Unified, East Side, San Jose Unified School, Morgan Hill Unified school districts and Gavilan College. The classes he has taught include drawing, watercolors, basic design, airbrushing, photography and matting and framing. He was also employed at Union School District for more than 28 years as the Graphic and Publications Specialist.

Robert is a professional photographer and has worked with the San Francisco 49ers, the Oakland Raiders and the NCAA college football program, and as an independent professional photographer currently shooting weddings. He was also lead photographer for the NFL Alumni and Community Solutions volunteering his services for charity events with proceeds going to Caring for Kids and under-privileged children.

Robert decided to run for trustee due to his many years of experience in education, his countless hours volunteering with grad nights at Ann Sobrato High School, photographing Live Oak and Sobrato football games, volunteering for the psychology class at Sobrato, chaperoning  field trips with Paradise Valley, Nordstrom and El Toro elementary schools, and more. He has attended many MHUSD board meetings and was a former School Site Council President at El Toro Elementary School and attended LCAP meetings. He has been a resident of Morgan Hill for more than 21 years. His two sons graduated from MHUSD and his daughter is enrolled in the district.

Robert’s many years dedicated to education and a desire to make a positive and progressive impact upon all students has motivated him to seek a trustee seat.

I ask you for your vote this November.

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