Originally from Toronto, Canada, and Buffalo, NY, Davey Robertson caught the filmmaking bug in high school, strongly influenced by the works of David Lynch, The Coen Brothers, and Lasse Halstrom. His passion for the poetic has led him throughout his career to seek out the strange, artistic and unconventional. So, it’s no surprise he was seduced by the weird world of H.P. Lovecraft while shooting and editing “The Call of Cthulhu” and “The Whisperer in Darkness” with The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.
Professionally he is an award winning writer/director and a prolific cinematographer who has tallied dozens of international awards, including the Golden Eagle from Cannes in 2012. He has over 150 hours of episodic television, multiple feature films, and dozens of national commercials to his credit.
As for his personal life, who cares, there’s no time for a personal life. Only time to make more Lovecraft projects!