Decorator: Film, Stage, Television

- I.A.T.S.E Local 891 Member
- CPAWC Supporting Member

- WHMIS Certified

Robert is a member of I.A.T.S.E local 891 and a member of A.C.F.C and can be hired as an Assistant Decorator.

“You are the best On Set Dresser I have every worked with; I want you on all my films.”
- Greg Rousseaux , 1ST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR  ”Iron Golem”

Please click on the Filmography link for a list of Feature Films, Movies of the Week, TV Pilots & Series,  and Theatrical Productions Robert has worked on.

Robert's Filmography

Robert's Halloween Set For CITY TV’s ”Breakfast Television”
Aired October 30, 2009

Here are a few examples of set dressing and set design by Robert.

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While not a member of the "Greens" department, Robert does have the ability to create garden settings. Here few examples of Greens work by Robert.


Here are a few examples of Robert’s early years (1980's) in Theatrical Set Design.
NOTE: These stage sets were made on budgets of $300 or less and relied heavily on UV Lighting…


Here are a few examples of props Robert has made.


Film Decorator

"I have been a 1st AD since 1994 and Robert is by far the best On Set Dresser I have ever worked with."
- Robert Crippen, 1ST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 'The Stranger'

"I found Robert to be extremely professional in all aspects of his mandate and always demonstrating a very good attitude towards his duties.  He is well mannered and showed great patience and teamwork.  I would strongly recommend him for the position, on film or T.V. Production, as a On Set Decorator. "  
- Amir Mohammed, Director of Photography, Mr.Young T.V. Series.

“Rob!! You made this video! Your craftsmanship and attention to detail is unreal. Thanks for everything. We would love to see you at a show soon. In fact, we would love to work with you again soon.”
Bobby James / Christina Sing, Destineak

"Robert's talent and positive attitude helped to energize the entire production team. His imaginative and beautiful props and set pieces enhanced the look of the films immensely." - Bill Scollon, Producer, Disney Educational Productions