Bob Meyers’s career was split evenly between the U.S. Foreign Service and the private sector. As a diplomat, he was responsible for media relations is several European and Latin American countries and served as a negotiator and U.S. Spokesman at the Tokyo Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations in Geneva, Switzerland. He served as Director of the U.S. Government’s Foreign Press Centers in Washington, DC and New York City. At one point in his career, he was a Special Assistant to the White House Staff Director.

In the private sector, Meyers was responsible for global employee communications for AlliedSignal (now Honeywell) a Fortune 100 company. He later served as Vice President of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations for Scientific-Atlanta (now Cisco), a Fortune 500 company. 

He is the author of the award-winning coffee-table book Bygone Treasures and Timeless Beauties: Barns of Old Milton County. The first edition sold out in one month.

He and his wife Linda have lived in Georgia for 25 years. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.




Irish Pubs in America: History, Lore and Recipes

Irish Pubs in America: History, Lore and Recipes is now available. This highly-praised 336-page full-color book is sure to become the definitive work on America’s Irish pubs. This one-of-a-kind coffee table book features more than 50 Irish pubs throughout the United States. 336 pages of beautiful photography, rich history, and special recipe section.


Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-937565-75-6 | 336 Pages
PHOTOGRAPHY / Subjects & Themes / Architectural & Industrial



Bygone Treasures and Timeless Beauties: The Barns of Old Milton County

Barns stand as landmarks of American history and as testaments to a time when hard work, perseverance and a simple handshake were the basis of human relationships. We owe a great deal to those early Americans who left us tangible evidence of their lives and to their modern counterparts who work to preserve our old barns or who add modern new barns to the landscape.

Author/photographer Robert Meyers embarked on a two-year quest to document some of the oldest remaining historic barns in an area once known as Old Milton County, Georgia, a region with its own rich history. He also featured newer barns and the magnificent horse facilities which, after all, will be the historic barns of tomorrow. This book is a fascinating series of profiles of fifty barns introduced by more than 200 photographs and complemented with fascinating details of some of the bygone treasures and timeless beauties in the beautiful Georgia countryside.


Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-937565-08-4 | 263 Pages
PHOTOGRAPHY / Subjects & Themes / Architectural & Industrial
PHOTOGRAPHY / Subjects & Themes / Regional