Rob Brunner is a young creative cinematographer whose talent has made him a much sought after director by some of televisions most prominent producers.
In 2011, Rob made it his goal to diversify his television career, exploring the indie film market. He directed a dozen comedy shorts for PeepholeTheatre.com. Those shorts were licensed by Bite TV for a comedy special that aired in December 2011. Rob has also worked with DHX Media and Insight Productions. His work has travelled him on location all over North Americaand provided him the opportunity to direct a range in television genres. From scripted content on the popular YTV sketch comedy series, That’s So Weird, to live event programming on the iconic CBC series, Battle of the Blades, Rob has directed for some of Canada’s most awarded producers.
Rob truly learned the art of cinematography by supervising his own production unit and shooting segments for top rated factual series. In addition to Battle of the Blades and Top Chef Canada, series for National Geographic, History Television and MTV can be included. This involved writing, producing, shooting and editing story content that fits seamlessly into a show. Rob gained a reputation for high quality work on tight budgets and timelines.
No stranger to the latest technology, Rob is literate in all digital shooting formats, including Red and DSLR. He has also acquired current post technology for his production studio, Digital Samurai.
Where Rob started in the industry, has much to do with his great understanding of both sides of the camera. As host of the popular teen series BangTV for five seasons, and the cult-hit TeensDating, Rob has truly been in production since he was a teen.
Rob Bruner directed the short film Everything Must Go for bravoFACT.