Known from his debut feature film “A Cold Day in Hell“, Robison has also starred in many short films and commercials. He started performing at age 17 and won an Outstanding Actor’s Award during the Nebraska State One Act competition his senior year as lead role, William Forester, in Ray Bradbury’s “Dandelion Wine”. He then began participating in public theater performances for the city of Grand Island. He obtained an AAS degree for video production in 2014, began self-producing shorts, assisted colleagues with various video projects, and eventually found a place behind the lens directing, shooting, and editing more than 6 documentaries for a local media company. The experience he’s gained BTS as well as in front of the lens has made him a more well-rounded storyteller and a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to video production. Currently he focuses on self producing his own content, acting, and photography.