Gary Robinov '04
Gary Robinov ’04 earned his BFA in New Media from MECA&D. He is a filmmaker based in Portland, Maine, where he co‐founded White Dog Arts Creative Studios with two fellow MECA&D graduates. White Dog Arts ‐‐ Digital Film Productions, as it is now called, currently focuses solely on client‐based digital film and motion graphics, along with independent film production. White Dog Arts has given Gary the platform from which he continues to explore and grow in his understanding of production, editing, and overall storytelling. His first documentary feature is called CanvasMan: The Robbie Ellis Story. His short documentary on the 50th anniversary of the Ali / Liston fight in Lewiston, Maine, is called Raising Ali a Lewiston Story.
PechaKucha Portland: "I Wanna Die Rich, Not Wealthy" by Faculty Gary Robinov ’04 from PK #33 "All Eyes on MECA&D". What happens when you wake up at 40 having achieved the American Dream, and you suddenly realize it’s not your dream at all?
Featured image is by Patrick Scholz '15.