Everything he touches turns to excitement



Robin Sharp is a multi-disciplinary artist from Toronto, Canada. He attended York University's BFA program for Film Production and Etobicoke School of the Arts for drama.

As a comedy writer and director he has staged a number of original plays and musicals since 2006. His short films have played in commercial movie theatres and film festivals across the Canada. He wrote and directed the comedy/romance feature film The Missionary Position (2014).

Robin has worked as a photographer for the Pop Montreal Music Festival, The Reel Asian Film Festival, Pitchfork and many more organizations. He created a long running series called The Toronto Portraits on blogTO where he would photograph and interview up and coming talent in the city.

He has performed as an actor in the Montreal and Toronto Fringe festivals as well as many independent productions. He last appeared on stage in a leading role in Sky Gilbert's The Terrible Parents in 2016 at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.

Everything he touches turns to excitement.