Robert E. Jackson isn't a household name but he's had some high-profile photography exhibits -- at the National Gallery of Art and at New York City's Pace/MacGill Gallery.
But to clarify: What's on display isn't his photography, per se. It's not clear whose it is, actually, and that's a big reason why he likes it. Jackson is a collector of found snapshot photos. And he explains on the phone what he's looking for -- and why.
This is your invitation to eavesdrop!
(Photos in this video courtesy of Robert E. Jackson, National Gallery of Art and Pace MacGill Gallery)