Andrew Robinson’s career in Hollywood began right out of college. Upon graduating from The Art Center College of Design, Robinson took a job at BLT & Associates in their television advertising department working for clients such as ABC, TNT and CNN. After a one year stint at BLT, Robinson left and went to work for Shoolery Design and their primary client CBS, where he assisted with the launch of the hugely successful CSI: Miami for Jerry Bruckheimer.

Following his time at Shoolery, Robinson worked for Crew Creative Advertising in their theatrical advertising department. During his first three years at Crew Creative, Robinson worked on various hit films, including The Harry Potter Franchise, Superman, Jarhead, The Island, Rambo 4, Happy Feet, Dodgeball; A True Underdog Story and The Dukes of Hazzard to name a few.

Robinson returned to television advertising as the co-creative director of the newly formed Network Department at Crew Creative. While serving as the department’s co-creative director, Robinson oversaw the launch of TNT’s The Closer, Tyler Perry’s House of Pain, AMC’s Mad Men, and FX’s Dirt and Rescue Me, among others.

Robinson’s advertising and film work has been seen all over the world and has been covered by The Daily Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, LA Times, CNN, Fox, KTLA and more.

During his five years at Crew Creative, Robinson found time to write and direct the feature film, April Showers starring Kelly Blatz (Disney’s Aaron Stone), Daryl Sabara (Spy Kids), Illeana Douglas (To Die For) and Tom Arnold (True Lies). April Showers was independently released theatrically by Robinson himself and was later acquired by Warner Brothers in the spring of 2011 for video on demand, online and rental release.

Currently, Robinson is hard at work on several new film projects.


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