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In the late 80s, Rob was hired as company Art Director for Virgin Interactive. It was there that he met and later partnered with Graeme Devine to form Trilobyte the maker of the wildly successful and classic CD-ROM games, The 7th Guest and The 11th Hour. Prior to joining Virgin, he had been the company Art Director at Cinemaware where he directed such notable titles as Rocket Ranger and King of Chicago. Prior to moving into entertainment software, Rob delved into a variety of art forms. In the sixties he reveled in the counter-culture movement, writing and drawing outrageous comix published by underground comic book publisher Print Mint. Later he spent several years in Seattle perfecting the art of wildlife engravings in fossil ivories. Eventually, he purchased a Commodore Amiga, created his first digital graphics, and never looked back. After being ejected from Trilobyte, Rob founded Aftermath Media where he produced two award-winning, critically acclaimed interactive motion pictures, Tender Loving Care and Point of View. Between 2001 and and 2010, Rob took a lengthy hiatus from the interactive entertainment industry to return to his roots, as a graphic artist, focusing on design as applied to print and web development. In the Fall of 2010, Rob resurrected Trilobyte Games as a company dedicated to reintroducing The 7th Guest franchise to old and new audiences on current platforms. Most recently, in 2018 he ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to develop and produce The 7th Guest Board Game and in 2019 he ran a follow-up campaign for an expansion pack, called The Stauf Mysteries, that introduced story-telling, as written by Matthew Costello, to the board game.