The pride of the Canadian Rockies, Rob has more than 20 years of experience in network sitcoms, sketch comedy, variety, improvisation, animation, and motion pictures. Most of it positive. Rob’s comedy writing stints include The Ben Stiller Show (for which he won an Emmy), Just Shoot Me!, The Big Bang Theory, The Wonder Years, Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons.
Rob’s directing work includes multiple commercials, shows for MTV, Comedy Central, and HBO; eight episodes of the critically acclaimed IFC series Maron; studio feature campaigns for Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros., and 20th Century Fox. Rob’s turn-ons are honesty, cold pizza, and moderately short bios.
Colin Keith Gray and Megan Raney Aarons, better known as “The Sibs,” are an award winning brother/sister writing & directing team who specialize in feature documentary, independent films and branded entertainment. They are drawn to a provocative mix of social justice, action sports, and historical/political stories. The Sibs officially launched their full service production company, GRAiNEY PICTURES, in 2003. Credits include producing the feature doc Atari: Game Over for XBox / Netflix & Showtime; executive producing the TV series Godfather Of Pittsburgh for A&E; writing & directing the scripted short film Meena with Lucy Liu for UNICEF; co-producing & writing the TV doc Redlight for Showtime; directing & writing the internationally acclaimed feature doc Freedom’s Fury about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956; directing the award-winning mini doc Unnumbered Sparks for Google Creative Labs (Cannes Lion & Webby award winner); and producer/director of the rock doc web series Hello, Again for Beck / Lincoln Motor Company (Cannes Cyber Lion winner). The Sibs now live in Venice, California. They live in Venice, California.
Amaze Film + Television
Amaze Film + Television is an award-winning production company based in Toronto. It was founded in 2000 by writers/producers Michael Souther and Teza Lawrence. Amaze partners with companies across Canada and around the world to produce market-driven films and television, with strong ties in Los Angeles, New York and Europe.