Robert Hart

Robert Hart is a 1994 Pulitzer Winner and Fort Worth/Dallas-based photojournalist with a penchant for writing “Fort Worth/Dallas” in his bio and other places.

Robert did not emerge from the womb with his camera but at 17, while a sophomore English major in college, he took a photography class and fell in love with making photographs.

He has worked as a photojournalist, editor, and corporate media executive for the past 35 years. His photographs have been published in every major newspaper in America as well as several national and international magazines.
He is the former Director of Online Content at Belo Corp., where he and his team were responsible for publishing local and national breaking news coverage and feature content to 24 Belo Web sites in 14 U.S. markets.
Robert’s Web team received the 2001 Editor & Publisher award for Best Special Section in a Newspaper Online Service for’s “Toxic Traps.” Robert won the 1994 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting for his work on The Dallas Morning News team project “Violence Against Women.”

He is in his 11th year on the journalism faculty at Southern Methodist University where he teaches Digital Photojournalism.
He works for media, corporate and advertising clients throughout the U.S. and the Fort Worth/Dallas area.