About Robin Smith
Robin Smith has worked with corporate, government, and nonprofit clients for more than 20 years in San Luis Obispo County, as well as the Los Angeles market.
I started out as a filmmaker, but my clients often needed additional "collateral," as we like to call it, brochures, postcards, sell sheets, newspaper ads, etc. They could not afford to call in someone special for each item, and I developed the skills to provide this service with quality and affordability.
I have a low overhead and I bring in specialized talent when needed, that means more affordable marketing assistance for you!
Team - based, if we need it.
If we need a team for your project, we have very professional and creative talent here on the Central Coast including music composers, 2D and 3D animation, actors and my long-time friends who help with fundraising events!
2021 National Telly Award - "Eliana's Story & The Arts Collaborative"
2011 Emmy Award – Video Journalist Category
2009 National CINE Golden Eagle Award, “John and Howard – Voices to Remember”
2009 Silver Telly Award, “John and Howard – Voices to Remember”
2005 Aurora Award, “Feel Like Yourself Again”
What can I do to help?
Recently, I joined with other volunteers to help sew masks for our communities. I produced a website to bring "sewists" and those needing masks together in one place. It was our small way of fighting back against coronavirus!
I love being involved in the community on the Central Coast. A couple of years ago, I submitted a design for Cow Parade and it was selected!
Wow, that cow was life-size and much larger than I thought! It took quite a while to paint, but what a joy.
Today, employees and families see my cow when they walk the trail that starts behind French Hospital.
It was sponsored by Dignity Health - thank you!
Latest Artistic Journey
I'm always looking for new ways to get inspired and this energy finds its way into my client work, too. It just keeps the creative energy flowing!
My latest journey was looking for a way to tell the story of my dog, Josie. She's my little buddy who loves to play in the flowers (sometimes that's not very helpful), but she's a love bug none-the-less.
It's made primarily from paper with painted accents.