His art practice includes: drawing, sculpture and recently, digital images—both for the web and print. Writing work includes: reviews, academic essays and experimental poetry and short fiction—some co-authored with computer programs. These are published in numerous journals, magazines and books. His formal academic studies comprise: Philosophy of Mind, Comparative Religion, Architecture and Psychotherapy.
Robert's main concern has been to explore and document the radical changes that technology is bringing about. He has coined the term technoMetamorphosis to describe this.