Robert is a director/producer of documentaries and feature films that look to make a positive impact in the world through entertainment. He has made over four dozen documentaries, music videos, short films, and features that have reached millions of viewers worldwide.
Robert has studied under directing teacher Judith Weston, at UCLA Film School, and he received a B.A. in philosophy from UC, Berkeley where he was awarded the Eisner Prize. It is the ‘highest award for creativity given on the UC, Berkeley campus.’
In 2005 at age 16, Robert made his first feature film, "The Hoodwink." Robert was the 2012 recipient of the Dan Eldon Activist Award. He writes periodically for the Huffington Post, published a novel in 2014 called "Escape To Anywhere Else," with a foreword by Mariel Hemingway, and co-founded and is acting editor of the magazine, Cinema of Change.