After a 25 year career at Force Four Entertainment, Rob retired as President and Partner in 2016. While at Force Four, Rob developed ongoing relationships with national and international networks, co-production and financing partners on a variety of scripted and factual projects. Force Four Entertainment produced more than four hundred hours of television, earning awards and accolades on the national and international stage. During this time, Rob was also actively involved in the Canadian production community, including his role on the National Board of the Canadian Media Producers Association and as Chair of the CMPA-BC. He also participated at many international markets and conferences and is now a presenter and mentor at various workshops and panels.
In addition to his work in the creative industry, Rob has spent many years supporting the disabilities community including serving as Chair of Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network, President of Canadian Angelman Syndrome Society and a board member of Steps Forward, an organization supporting people with developmental disabilities pursuing post secondary education.