“My name is david robin. My company is called david robin | films. I love what I do”.
I was born with a piece of Harrods stainless steel flatware in my mouth, and I scratched and clawed my way out of upper middle class Jewish suburbia of North London, England, to become the feared yet loved pariah that I am today. I produce award-winning event videos and travel the country educating my audience. It is not true that I performed covert operations for the MI6, and I think Phil Collins was a brilliant artist until he went solo”.
“I now play drums in a Steely Dan tribute band. I was the original drummer of Toyah. We were really big in England. I raise prize-winning terriers. I wrote, produced, shot and edited a documentary entitled “ProgFilm” which took me two years and led me all over the world, which I did for no money, financed by a lot of awesome brides and bar mitzvah moms. I pay my bills on time. I don’t perspire. I think smooth jazz is dishonest but sometimes necessary. I once hid from my parents in a pillar of the Acropolis”.
”I am a semi-accomplished speaker, a master collector, and an obsessed facebook junkie. I once spoke to an audience of 3000 and could not sleep the night before. I own many of Burt Bacharach’s instrumental recordings and periodically annoy the family by playing them at a high volume. I am awed by contemporary art, an investor in the hearts and minds of my clients, a rabble-rousing innovator, and an inspiration for freedom fighters everywhere. Children and animals trust me”.
”But I have never directed a feature, although I will”.
Awards & Accolades
*Founder, and Past-President of the American Videographers Association.
*Winner of 27 Creative Excellence Awards from the Wedding & Event Videographers Association.
(More than any other Event Filmmaker in the world)
*Recipient of the Bob LeBar Vision Award.
*Inducted into the WEVA Hall of Fame 2001.
*Named one of the "Top 25 Hottest & Most Influential Event Filmmakers in the World" by *Event DV Magazine for the fifth year in a row.
*Featured on TNT's "Wedding Day". A Mark Burnett Production.