writer + director + award winning FilmMAKER


Rob's short film debut, 'Wednesday' was exec produced by four-time Oscar nominated director, Stephen Daldry, and supported by Working Title Films. To date, the film has been screened at 50 film festivals worldwide, and won a raft of awards. 'Wednesday' earned him a nomination for Channel 4's
Young Talent Award for best director.

Rob's second short film, 'Hollow', has been officially selected for 30 film festivals. The film received three awards at the Oscar accredited Rhode Island International Film Festival (2011), including the much coveted 'Film Maker of the Future' award. 'Hollow' also won Best Short Film at the European Spiritual Film Festival (2012) and the
People's Choice Award at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival (2012).


In 2004, Rob wrote, produced, and directed 'The Real Billy Elliot Diaries' which was broadcast on ITV1 to an audience of two million. ‘The Real Billy Elliot Diaries’ was Rob’s first documentary and first
nationally broadcasted program.

In 2012, he worked with Stephen Daldry to make 'Spirit of the Olympics' - a film about the legacy of the London Olympic Games.

In 2015, he worked for Paul Greengrass creating the Labour party election film,
'Ed Milliband - A Portrait’. 

In 2017, Rob documented the groundbreaking transformation of a decorated WWII warship (one of the five remaining boats from the attack on Pearl Harbor) into the world’s first underwater art installation and marine life habitat. Rob captured Richard Branson and a global network of philanthropists and artists bringing the Kodiak Queen from Tortola to her final resting place on the ocean floor of Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands.  


He is currently making his first feature 'Angels in the Asylum.'