Robert is an award-winning producer, director, and writer, and co-founder of Array Entertainment. As a producer, Robert’s first narrative feature film, Closer to Death, won awards on the festival circuit, and his second, Spike, premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and was chosen as part of their Best of the Fest. For his third feature, Robert wrote and co-produced Raze, starring Zoë Bell and Doug Jones, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was released theatrically by IFC Films. Robert has also produced, directed, and written several shorts and was a recipient of the Filmmakers Alliance Los Angeles Short Film Grant to develop his short film “Resonance”. With the support of Bob Gale and NBCUniversal, Robert produced, wrote, and directed the short film “Back to the 2015 Future", shot at Courthouse Square on the Universal Studios Backlot with cameos from several of the original Back to the Future cast members. It premiered at Universal CityWalk as part of the Back to the Future 30th Anniversary celebration and has millions of views on YouTube. In 2020, Robert produced/directed The BusBoys in their first music video in years, “Civil Rights”, filming each of the band members separately on green screen (due to the pandemic) and then compositing them together in post. Robert is also a co-founder of Symbolic Arts, an entertainment design and build studio specializing in practical and digital FX, specialty costumes, and production design.
Elizabeth is a creative producer working in feature films, television and digital. She is the co-founder and CFO of Array Entertainment. She recently produced the romantic comedy Destination Wedding, starring Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves, which was released theatrically worldwide. She line-produced the feature comedy The Swing of Things in Jamaica and is actively developing several feature and TV projects. She is half of the sister-team of The Dell Sisters, with writer-director Emily Dell. She is Chair of the International Committee for the Producers Guild of America (PGA). Elizabeth has produced 100+ episodes of digital content for the major platforms with influencers and brands including Matt Santoro, Mamrie Hart, Elliott Morgan, Purina, Verizon, Anheuser-Busch, USA Tourism, and Jeep China. Elizabeth produced B-Girl, a narrative hip-hop dance feature distributed worldwide which is featured on Showtime, Encore, and Starz networks. She is a regular speaker on producing, China, entertainment, digital media, and entrepreneurship. Elizabeth is featured in the National Women’s History Museum. She has a Chemistry degree from Amherst College and Masters in Public Health from UC Berkeley.