Rob discovered movies at age three and held the title for most rentals of Back to the Future at his local video store until it shut down; he still wonders 'til this day why they didn't just buy him the tape after renting it nearly every week for 2 years! Rob would go on to study Communications and Theater at Hunter College, also the Alma mater of famed actor and independent filmmaker Edward Burns (one of Rob's inspirations). He wrote, direct and produced his first short film, a romantic comedy titled 'End of Our Day' at nineteen; to date Rob has acted in, directed, wrote and produced countless films that have screened both domestically and abroad. He credits the inspiration for his latest project 'Adulthood' to his own confusion upon hitting his thirties, and to a talk given by Kevin Smith at the 2015 New York Comic-con, where he challenged all artists to take the next two years to make their dreams come true. "In this talk Kevin Smith mentioned how anyone's voice, through art, could change someone's life... those words and that challenge alone changed mine forever."