Robbie has worked as an account manager and marketing consultant in Australia and Britain for the live entertainment and events sector. His work has seen him deliver all aspects of campaigns from strategy and creative direction, through to implementation, post-campaign analysis and ticketing.
During his time in the UK, Robbie consulted to Boom Ents working across a range of national tours and events including BBC Countryfile Live, the national tour of All or Nothing, The Luna Cinema and Taj Express at Sadler's Wells.
Robbie also consulted for made Tourism delivering tourism marketing strategies for some of Broadway and the West End's biggest productions including Les Miserables, The Phantom Of The Opera, Wicked, Chicago, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Kinky Boots and Mamma Mia!
For AKA Australia, Robbie delivered campaigns for Disney's The Lion King, the world premiere of Georgy Girl - The Seekers Musical, The Production Company's 2015 & 2016 seasons and the national tours of Ballet Revolucion, Little Shop Of Horrors & Mrs Brown's Boys.
During his time at the Fairfax Radio Network, he headed up the creative & commercial production department and was the audio producer for the acclaimed radio series Exit Afghanistan, a week-long broadcast recognising the end of Australia's military commitment in Afghanistan. Presented by broadcaster Justin Smith and produced by Tom Andronas and Nicole Denton, the series went on to win Best Documentary at the 2013 Commercial Radio Awards. He was also nominated at the 2007 awards.
He is currently the interim community manager for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Melbourne) and Marketing Associate for Damien Hewitt, working on campaigns for the Australian tours of School Of Rock & West Side Story and the recent production of The King and I in Tokyo starring Kelli O'Hara and Ken Watanabe.