Born in Washington DC, Michael Zomber is a renowned gun collector and historian who got his bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of Illinois. He also graduated from the same University with a BS in psychology. Michael also holds an English Literature master’s degree from UCLA.
Michael is a man of unique credentials. He is a filmmaker, philanthropist, author, collector and dealer. His mission is to protect and conserve history through the collection, sale, and care of antique arms. He endeavors to work with people whose passion for preserving the past is as intense as his own.
Michael has been an antique arms and armor collector for over thirty years. His expertise has been shared with the entire United States of America when he appeared on the series- Tales of the Gun as a guest historian. The series included a number of episodes namely: Guns of the Orient, Automatic Pistols; Million Dollar Guns, Guns of the Famous, Shotguns, and Dueling Pistols. He is the writer and producer of the documentary movie, Soul of the Samurai. Michael has also authored several books including Jesus and the Samurai, Sweet Betsy That’s Me, Son of Kentucky, Park Avenue and Shogun Iemitsu. He is highly recognized for writing about the weapons and armors of the Japanese Samurai. Zomber’s books are all in print media. His wife Andrea helped produce his documentary movie Soul of the Samurai through their proprietary enterprise, Renascent Films LLC.
As a historian, Michael Zomber has deep knowledge on the painful aftermath of war than anyone else. He, therefore, strongly supports organizations that aim to embrace peace like the Global Exchange, Amnesty International, UNICEF and Doctors without Borders.
Michael Zomber is a family man who enjoys spending time with his family. He has two kids and together with his wife, they reside in MD alongside the Chesapeake Bay.