Bob Ingram is a writer/journalist/editor/filmmaker whose work has appeared in Philadelphia Magazine, Atlantic City Magazine, South Jersey Magazine, the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia Weekly, Atlantic City Weekly, Philly Arts, the South Philadelphia Review, the Cape May County Herald, the Wildwood Sun By-the-Sea, the Drummer, the Plain Dealer, the Philadelphia Free Press, the South Street Star, Food Trade News, Food World, Supermarket Business, Progressive Grocer, and Frozen Food Age, among others.
He received the Philadelphia Bar Association "Scales of Justice" Award for a story on Juvenile Court, and an award from Sigma Delta Chi, the national journalism fraternity, for a story on Vietnamese refugees.
He has also co-written, co-produced and narrated a documentary film about the Boardwalk in Wildwood, NJ, called Boardwalk: Greetings from Wildwood By-The-Sea.
He was managing editor of Chilton Company's Marine Products Magazine, publisher of the Temple/Philadelphia Free Press, twice editor of The Drummer/Thursday's Drummer/Distant Drummer, founder and editor of the South Street Star in Philadelphia, editor of Food Trade News, and senior editor at Supermarket Business and Progressive Grocer magazines.
He currently lives and writes in Burleigh, New Jersey.