“Every once in a while, that rare young filmmaker comes bursting into view with a knack for redemptive storytelling through an artistic eye. Justin Robinson is that filmmaker. With his thoughtfully metaphorical writing style, stunning cinematography, and purposeful direction of actors, Justin creates the kind of film that not only entertains, but inspires us to raise the bar in our own lives.”

- Doug Jones (Star of PAN’S LABYRINTH, HELLBOY 1&2, F4: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER, HOCUS POCUS. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0427964/)


“There are VERY rare occasions that I can describe a person with such words as trustworthy, honorable, servant, dependable and just plain loveable! Several months ago I had the honor and privilege of working with Justin Robinson on set, we created a friendship and a partnership right off the bat. I knew in just a day that this kid had something special about him, you will never ONCE hear him complain, nor an ounce of negativity spill from his lips. I knew this was a guy I wanted to collaborate with on future projects. He has an AMAZING eye for setting up shots, and a jack of ALL trades. If you are looking for him as a hire for weddings, films, commercials whatever the case may be, I guarantee and promise you will not be disappointed.”

- Brett Driver (http://www.youtube.com/user/brettsk8?feature=CAQQwRs%3D)


“Justin Robinson is a director, I don’t use that term loosely and he doesn’t either. In today’s world people think that if they can set up a good shot that they are a director, but they are merely a Director of Photography. A director is a story-teller beyond just good camera angles and by that definition Justin Robinson is very much a director.”

- Isaac Deitz (http://tubopopcorn.com)


“The immense talent possessed by the confident Justin Robinson makes it clear to me that he was born to be a filmmaker. His sure visual sense and incredible versatility have placed him at the top of my list for emerging new eye-catching talent to watch. It’s a thrill to have worked with him early in what I think will be an amazing career. I can’t wait to work with him again.”

-Torry Martin (Award-winning actor, author, screenwriter, and comedian who also writes for “Adventures in Odyssey”, produced by Focus on the Family.  http://torrymartin.com)


“Justin Robinson has a great eye for moving shots. In my opinion, he’s one of the best action cinematographers on the internet.”

- Daniel Noa (Director, “Smuggler’s Ransom,” “Scorpion 5″)


“Justin was more than an asset on our latest film, he was an essential collaborator. Though he showed up without an official job title he filled in on so many roles that his name may be in the credits more than ours. He brought his expertise of lenses and cameras to the set as well as helping us think about how certain things would come together in editing. But more than all of that he brought a spirit of humility and a wholehearted willingness to serve. If you’re thinking of hiring Justin for a video project you won’t be disappointed. We only hope that he doesn’t get too busy to work with us again.”

-William Aughtry and Nathan Willis (Directors of “Scattered City” and “All the Missing Pieces”)


“When Justin is on set, the whole atmosphere of the shoot changes.”

- Chris Brank, (http://chrisbrankfilms.com)


“Justin Robinson is both a hard working filmmaker and a dear friend. As an actor he has given me the opportunity to be in several of his short films and humorous videos. It is always an honor and a privilege to work with him on projects. But more than anything else Justin has been a true accountability partner for me and my spiritual walk. Without a doubt he has made one of the biggest impacts in my life. How blessed I am that I have crossed paths with him. Thank you Lord.”

- James Costa


“Sitting across a desk from Justin Robinson, the creative mind behind J-ROB Productions, is rarely anything short of an adventure. For quite some time now, I have had the opportunity to serve as a part of Justin’s scripting process and have constantly been impressed by his tremendous talents as a filmmaker.

Justin is a man of God, a thinker, and an artist. These three aspects define his work. He constantly looks for connections and discrepancies between the Bible and how Christians live. His work seeks to address these issues in ways that challenge believers to stop pursuing comfort and start understanding the life that Christ has called us to live.

Justin is enthusiastic about his work. From initial idea to final product, Justin gives all he has to see that his work is done well. At each stage of the process, he all but bleeds passion in order to produce work that reflects truth, that is well-crafted, and that compels his audience. His talent for writing relevant, stimulating metaphor is unmatched among his peers. Justin understands his art form. I have never met a screenwriter who also has adequate “gearhead” knowledge to shoot, direct, and edit his own scripts. The man knows what he is doing.

Yet, for all this, Justin remains teachable, an attribute that makes him a joy to work alongside. To make sure that his work is relevant and as strong as it can be, he sponges knowledge from those around him, and he seeks out guidance for each aspect of his filmmaking. He is able to learn with humility, which has helped him to teach what he knows freely. Justin’s work speaks for itself.”

- Tim Hendrix (M.A.Instructor of English and Linguistics, Writing Center Director at North Greenville University)


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