Oliver Monroe started his career in 1977 at Comprehensive Media Services in Washington, D.C. where he was assigned to The White House to cover political events as a still photographer for Black Star Photo Agency. Oliver moved to Los Angeles in 1979, to pursue his career as a photographer in the entertainment industry. Shooting for Star File Photo Agency, which sold his images worldwide to major publications like Rolling Stone, and many European magazines. After 10 years of traveling with musicians around the globe, Oliver’s photographs were chosen by the British Museum of Rock & Roll for their permanent collection.
In 1988 Oliver joined Red Car Editorial, a film editing company in Hollywood where he edited high profile television commercials for clients like Nike, and Apple Computer. In 1995, Oliver realized the emerging potential in computer software development, and started Metrolite Multimedia, a software development company. Metrolite’s clients include Boeing, General Motors, Universal Music, Hitachi.
Oliver currently runs Imagine Video Services, a video + film digitization company, which caters to the entertainment industry.